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Seth M.

Help for Python, Java, JavaScript, PHP, Philosophy, Logic and Religion

Help for Python, Java, JavaScript, PHP, Philosophy, Logic and Religion

$49/hour

  • 1,185 hours tutoring

About Seth


Bio

I have 30 years of experience patiently teaching, tutoring and counseling hundreds of fine people both online and in-person. My goal is to help people grow in understanding so they can experience success and feel confident about themselves and their learning. My primary method of tutoring is the Socratic Dialectic, which means that I don't just provide answers, but try to help the student learn to discover the answers by asking guiding questions.

PRIMARY STRENGTHS
- Philosophy (including...

I have 30 years of experience patiently teaching, tutoring and counseling hundreds of fine people both online and in-person. My goal is to help people grow in understanding so they can experience success and feel confident about themselves and their learning. My primary method of tutoring is the Socratic Dialectic, which means that I don't just provide answers, but try to help the student learn to discover the answers by asking guiding questions.

PRIMARY STRENGTHS
- Philosophy (including ethics, classical and symbolic logic, critical thinking, political philosophy, rhetoric, and philosophical counseling)
- Theology and Religion (especially Catholic/Christian)
- Writing (essays, project papers, and theses; creative, research and persuasive styles)
- Computer Programming and Web Design (PHP, HTML, SQL, CSS, Java, JavaScript, Python, etc.)

SECONDARY AREAS
- Physics, Physical Science and Natural Sciences
- Mathematics (pre-algebra, algebra 1 and algebra 2, geometry, trigonometry, pre-calculus, etc.)
- Developing good study skills

(I can tutor in several other areas, but these are my main ones.)

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSION CREDENTIALS
I hold masters' degrees in both philosophy and theology, and a bachelor of science degree in physics and engineering. I've been in three different doctoral programs -- physics (Washington State U), counseling (Trinity College and Seminary, ABD), and am now working to complete a Ph.D. in humanities and philosophy (Faulkner University). I am a certified logic-based therapist. I am an ordained priest with the Old Catholic Communion of North America, and I've worked as an advanced trainer and educator for companies like Intel, Evergreen Aviation International, and the Archdiocese of Portland in Oregon.

COMPUTER SCIENCE
I started programming computers in 1980, and have since lost track of how many systems and languages I've learned. I've written standalone computer games, database-integrated e-commerce websites, designed and installed corporate networks, and many other projects. These


Education

Seattle Pacific University -- Bachelor of Science
Physics Engineering
University of Dallas -- Master of Theological Studies
Masters
Holy Apostles College and Seminary -- Master of Arts in Philosophy
Masters

Policies

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  • Background check passed on 3/30/2015

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Subjects

Business

Business,

Business

I'm formerly the executive vice president of an airline and have started and run several successful small businesses. At the large corporate level, I managed individual departments and divisions, which primarily involved strategic planning, budget management, employee supervision, and negotiations. I prefer working with small businesses. These efforts have included everything from developing a business plan, accounting/finance, production, employee management, inventory, shipping, to taxation and regulation, etc.
Financial Accounting,

Financial Accounting

I have about 20 years experience managing the budgets at large corporations, as well as performing all accounting operations at micro-businesses. This includes accounting software selecting, general ledger setup, supplemental module selection and setup, routine entries, account reconciliation, as well as monthly, quarterly and annual reporting, and tax preparation, filing and dispute resolution.
Managerial Accounting

Managerial Accounting

I have about 20 years experience managing the budgets at large corporations, as well as performing all accounting operations at micro-businesses. This includes accounting software selecting, general ledger setup, supplemental module selection and setup, routine entries, account reconciliation, as well as monthly, quarterly and annual reporting, and tax preparation, filing and dispute resolution.

Computer

C++,

C++

I have been programming as a hobby and professionally since 1981. The languages I've used include BASIC, COBAL, FORTRAN, C++, C#, Java, JavaScript, Python, as well as various web and database technologies HTML, CSS, PHP, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and SQLite.
Computer Programming,

Computer Programming

I have been programming computers both as a hobby and professionally since about 1980. Whether you are working on something for school, for business, or as a personal hobby/project, I will be happy to help. The technologies I'm most familiar with include Java, JavaScript, PHP, HTML, SQL, CSS and many others.
Computer Science,

Computer Science

I started programming, building and repairing computers way back in 1981. Since then I've worked with nearly every common computer technology that has come and gone. I've designed and built server networks for schools and small businesses, acted as a computer technology consultant for multiple clients, worked at Intel, developed dozens of websites (including e-commerce), and so on. I personally built and maintained about ten different servers; Macintosh, Windows, Linux/Unix/FreeBSD. I have built both wired and wireless (and hybrid) networks. I now often assist people setting up Amazon AWS cloud services: VPCs, Instances, Load Balancers, Elastic File Systems, Relational Databases, etc. I can operate nearly any common software program, and have used many programming and scripting languages, including Assembly, Basic (various versions), Cobol, Comol, Python, Fortran, Java, JavaScript, PHP, HTML, C, C#, C++, AppleScript, Powershell, assorted Shell scripting systems, etc.
CSS,

CSS

CSS is a critical part of good web page design. Without properly-formatted CSS, web pages look clunky, amateurish, are difficult to read, and might not display properly on the many different devices that are popular today. I have designed dozens of web pages -- written thousands of lines of codes -- for many businesses over several decades. This includes careful selections of layout, colors, fonts, image integration, and other CSS code so that the pages automatically adapt well to desktop computers, mobile phones, and everything in-between. Whether you are using straight CSS or popular frameworks like W3.CSS or Bootstrap, I'm happy to help.
HTML,

HTML

I am an HTML-certified web page designer. I've written hundreds of web pages using HTML4 and 5 over the last couple decades -- some for personal projects, some for other people, and some for still-running e-commerce businesses. The basics are easy to teach, and most people can learn them quickly. Even though most web design software now avoids direct coding, it is still a very useful skill that can solve a lot of problems.
Java,

Java

Java is a challenging language, and often confusing to beginners. My goal is to help beginners overcome that initial sense of confusion and grow in understanding so that they can enjoy coding and solving problems with Java. I've been programming since 1981 and am happy to share my experience and expertise.
JavaScript,

JavaScript

JavaScript can be confusing. I will help make it simple and understandable so that you can enjoy and succeed at writing your own programs. I have written dozens of websites integrating JavaScript and other technologies over the past two decades. In that time JavaScript has grown from a buggy, unreliable patch to become the very heart of contemporary, dynamic, interactive web design.
PHP,

PHP

I have written dozens of websites, including functional e-commerce sites, integrating PHP scripting. This includes connections with SQL databases, merchant services systems, migrating older versions to new servers, etc. The code I have written has literally generated millions of dollars in revenue for businesses.
Python,

Python

Python is an elegant but challenging computer language. It starts out fairly easy, but can get complex and overwhelming very quickly. I've been programming (and building, and repairing) computers since 1981. My goal is to help people understand the basic principles of programming so that they can enjoy the experience while learning to write their own code.
Web Design

Web Design

I have designed and written dozens of websites over the years integrating HTML, PHP, JavaScript, SQL databases, e-commerce, etc. I've also created custom sites using online resources.

Corporate Training

Business,

Business

I'm formerly the executive vice president of an airline and have started and run several successful small businesses. At the large corporate level, I managed individual departments and divisions, which primarily involved strategic planning, budget management, employee supervision, and negotiations. I prefer working with small businesses. These efforts have included everything from developing a business plan, accounting/finance, production, employee management, inventory, shipping, to taxation and regulation, etc.
C++,

C++

I have been programming as a hobby and professionally since 1981. The languages I've used include BASIC, COBAL, FORTRAN, C++, C#, Java, JavaScript, Python, as well as various web and database technologies HTML, CSS, PHP, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and SQLite.
HTML,

HTML

I am an HTML-certified web page designer. I've written hundreds of web pages using HTML4 and 5 over the last couple decades -- some for personal projects, some for other people, and some for still-running e-commerce businesses. The basics are easy to teach, and most people can learn them quickly. Even though most web design software now avoids direct coding, it is still a very useful skill that can solve a lot of problems.
Java,

Java

Java is a challenging language, and often confusing to beginners. My goal is to help beginners overcome that initial sense of confusion and grow in understanding so that they can enjoy coding and solving problems with Java. I've been programming since 1981 and am happy to share my experience and expertise.
Web Design,

Web Design

I have designed and written dozens of websites over the years integrating HTML, PHP, JavaScript, SQL databases, e-commerce, etc. I've also created custom sites using online resources.
Proofreading

English

Writing,

Writing

I have published two print books, and was a contributing author on a third one. I've easily written hundreds of essays, dozens and dozens of large project/research papers. My writing has ranged from creative stories to technical writing to tutorials to philosophical works. I've received specialized training in planning and developing research papers, and have assisted dozens of students with their own essays, papers, and even graduate-level theses. My general approach is to help the student begin with a clear and engaging idea, develop a flowing outline, draw upon relevant sources (when appropriate), and blend this into a finished paper that draws the reader into the story or argument. Of course, we work on spelling, grammar and punctuation along the way, but writing is much more than any of these or even their sum. Unlike other topics where you can just produce an answer and move on, writing is a process. It is hard work and incorporates several other skills. It takes a great deal of time, focus and patience. People who are struggling with writing (or their parents) need to realize that half of writing is just developing and maintaining good study habits, in the sense of having regular time dedicated to writing and revising without distractions.
Proofreading

History

Philosophy,

Philosophy

I am a professor of philosophy and religion, presently in my third Ph.D. program working to complete a doctorate in humanities/philosophy. I have an intense passion for helping other people learn to think more deeply about their lives and choices, and am a certified philosophical counselor. I normally teach for colleges, but have also developed and taught philosophy courses for high school academies. I have experience teaching and tutoring ethics, political philosophy, aesthetics, philosophy of religion, and epistemology (including categorical, propositional, and first-order/predicate logic). I have taught and tutored hundreds of people in philosophy and religion, and would be happy to assist you!
Religion

Religion

I hold a master's degree in theology from the University of Dallas and have taught religion and theology -- primarily Christian/Catholic -- in various churches and in various capacities since the late 1980s. I also have some experience studying comparative religions including Islam, Hinduism, Judaism, Buddhism and others. I am the priest and pastor at a small Christian church, and teach religion and philosophy of religion at the college level.

Homeschool

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

The average person doesn't need to know calculus, differential equations, and beyond unless they are going into a hard science field or similar. However, topics like geometry, trigonometry, geometry, statistics, and especially algebra are incredibly practical and useful in everyday life. My effort is to help the student understand these topics in an intuitive, practical way by relating them to common things all around them (e.g., a cooking recipe, woodworking, budgeting, calculating gas needs, estimating times, etc.). In this way, the student both comes to a better, real-life understanding of the subject, as well as how to apply it to everyday problems.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

The average person doesn't need to know calculus, differential equations, and beyond unless they are going into a hard science field or similar. However, topics like geometry, trigonometry, geometry, statistics, and especially algebra are incredibly practical and useful in everyday life. My effort is to help the student understand these topics in an intuitive, practical way by relating them to common things all around them (e.g., a cooking recipe, woodworking, budgeting, calculating gas needs, estimating times, etc.). In this way, the student both comes to a better, real-life understanding of the subject, as well as how to apply it to everyday problems.
Physics,

Physics

I have a bachelor of science degree in physics and engineering from Seattle Pacific University. I taught high school physics, and have tutored many high school and college students. I really enjoy physics, and love to work with others to help them understand and solve real-world physics problems.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

Pre-algebra introduces the student to important skills that can help a person over his entire life and form a foundation for later math topics. However, many students are challenged by these, especially how to express a real-life (story) problem in a mathematical form and then solve it. Due to my extensive background in physics and engineering, I have a lot of experience analyzing real-world problems using mathematics. I can help students learn to do the same, so that they can have success in pre-algebra and later topics.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

Topics like geometry, trigonometry, geometry, statistics, and especially algebra are incredibly practical and useful in everyday life. Precalculus acts as a transition or bridge between these more fundamental mathematical topics, and the mathematics that one encounters when he enters hard science (e.g., calculus, differential equations, etc.). But that can be a hard bridge for some people to cross. My goal is to help the person get across that bridge and keep moving forward. The reality is that, as one advances in mathematics, sometimes it doesn't make perfect sense when first learned, but it usually does so after a couple years of practice.
Writing

Writing

I have published two print books, and was a contributing author on a third one. I've easily written hundreds of essays, dozens and dozens of large project/research papers. My writing has ranged from creative stories to technical writing to tutorials to philosophical works. I've received specialized training in planning and developing research papers, and have assisted dozens of students with their own essays, papers, and even graduate-level theses. My general approach is to help the student begin with a clear and engaging idea, develop a flowing outline, draw upon relevant sources (when appropriate), and blend this into a finished paper that draws the reader into the story or argument. Of course, we work on spelling, grammar and punctuation along the way, but writing is much more than any of these or even their sum. Unlike other topics where you can just produce an answer and move on, writing is a process. It is hard work and incorporates several other skills. It takes a great deal of time, focus and patience. People who are struggling with writing (or their parents) need to realize that half of writing is just developing and maintaining good study habits, in the sense of having regular time dedicated to writing and revising without distractions.

Math

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

The average person doesn't need to know calculus, differential equations, and beyond unless they are going into a hard science field or similar. However, topics like geometry, trigonometry, geometry, statistics, and especially algebra are incredibly practical and useful in everyday life. My effort is to help the student understand these topics in an intuitive, practical way by relating them to common things all around them (e.g., a cooking recipe, woodworking, budgeting, calculating gas needs, estimating times, etc.). In this way, the student both comes to a better, real-life understanding of the subject, as well as how to apply it to everyday problems.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

The average person doesn't need to know calculus, differential equations, and beyond unless they are going into a hard science field or similar. However, topics like geometry, trigonometry, geometry, statistics, and especially algebra are incredibly practical and useful in everyday life. My effort is to help the student understand these topics in an intuitive, practical way by relating them to common things all around them (e.g., a cooking recipe, woodworking, budgeting, calculating gas needs, estimating times, etc.). In this way, the student both comes to a better, real-life understanding of the subject, as well as how to apply it to everyday problems.
Logic,

Logic

I am a philosopher -- an expert in epistemology and logic. I have studied and taught classical, propositional and predicate (first-order) logic for high school academies and colleges for several years. I have developed online courses and games that teach logic, and am certified in Logic-Based Therapy.
Physics,

Physics

I have a bachelor of science degree in physics and engineering from Seattle Pacific University. I taught high school physics, and have tutored many high school and college students. I really enjoy physics, and love to work with others to help them understand and solve real-world physics problems.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

Pre-algebra introduces the student to important skills that can help a person over his entire life and form a foundation for later math topics. However, many students are challenged by these, especially how to express a real-life (story) problem in a mathematical form and then solve it. Due to my extensive background in physics and engineering, I have a lot of experience analyzing real-world problems using mathematics. I can help students learn to do the same, so that they can have success in pre-algebra and later topics.
Precalculus

Precalculus

Topics like geometry, trigonometry, geometry, statistics, and especially algebra are incredibly practical and useful in everyday life. Precalculus acts as a transition or bridge between these more fundamental mathematical topics, and the mathematics that one encounters when he enters hard science (e.g., calculus, differential equations, etc.). But that can be a hard bridge for some people to cross. My goal is to help the person get across that bridge and keep moving forward. The reality is that, as one advances in mathematics, sometimes it doesn't make perfect sense when first learned, but it usually does so after a couple years of practice.

Most Popular

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

The average person doesn't need to know calculus, differential equations, and beyond unless they are going into a hard science field or similar. However, topics like geometry, trigonometry, geometry, statistics, and especially algebra are incredibly practical and useful in everyday life. My effort is to help the student understand these topics in an intuitive, practical way by relating them to common things all around them (e.g., a cooking recipe, woodworking, budgeting, calculating gas needs, estimating times, etc.). In this way, the student both comes to a better, real-life understanding of the subject, as well as how to apply it to everyday problems.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

The average person doesn't need to know calculus, differential equations, and beyond unless they are going into a hard science field or similar. However, topics like geometry, trigonometry, geometry, statistics, and especially algebra are incredibly practical and useful in everyday life. My effort is to help the student understand these topics in an intuitive, practical way by relating them to common things all around them (e.g., a cooking recipe, woodworking, budgeting, calculating gas needs, estimating times, etc.). In this way, the student both comes to a better, real-life understanding of the subject, as well as how to apply it to everyday problems.
Physics,

Physics

I have a bachelor of science degree in physics and engineering from Seattle Pacific University. I taught high school physics, and have tutored many high school and college students. I really enjoy physics, and love to work with others to help them understand and solve real-world physics problems.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

Pre-algebra introduces the student to important skills that can help a person over his entire life and form a foundation for later math topics. However, many students are challenged by these, especially how to express a real-life (story) problem in a mathematical form and then solve it. Due to my extensive background in physics and engineering, I have a lot of experience analyzing real-world problems using mathematics. I can help students learn to do the same, so that they can have success in pre-algebra and later topics.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

Topics like geometry, trigonometry, geometry, statistics, and especially algebra are incredibly practical and useful in everyday life. Precalculus acts as a transition or bridge between these more fundamental mathematical topics, and the mathematics that one encounters when he enters hard science (e.g., calculus, differential equations, etc.). But that can be a hard bridge for some people to cross. My goal is to help the person get across that bridge and keep moving forward. The reality is that, as one advances in mathematics, sometimes it doesn't make perfect sense when first learned, but it usually does so after a couple years of practice.
Writing

Writing

I have published two print books, and was a contributing author on a third one. I've easily written hundreds of essays, dozens and dozens of large project/research papers. My writing has ranged from creative stories to technical writing to tutorials to philosophical works. I've received specialized training in planning and developing research papers, and have assisted dozens of students with their own essays, papers, and even graduate-level theses. My general approach is to help the student begin with a clear and engaging idea, develop a flowing outline, draw upon relevant sources (when appropriate), and blend this into a finished paper that draws the reader into the story or argument. Of course, we work on spelling, grammar and punctuation along the way, but writing is much more than any of these or even their sum. Unlike other topics where you can just produce an answer and move on, writing is a process. It is hard work and incorporates several other skills. It takes a great deal of time, focus and patience. People who are struggling with writing (or their parents) need to realize that half of writing is just developing and maintaining good study habits, in the sense of having regular time dedicated to writing and revising without distractions.

Other

Philosophy,

Philosophy

I am a professor of philosophy and religion, presently in my third Ph.D. program working to complete a doctorate in humanities/philosophy. I have an intense passion for helping other people learn to think more deeply about their lives and choices, and am a certified philosophical counselor. I normally teach for colleges, but have also developed and taught philosophy courses for high school academies. I have experience teaching and tutoring ethics, political philosophy, aesthetics, philosophy of religion, and epistemology (including categorical, propositional, and first-order/predicate logic). I have taught and tutored hundreds of people in philosophy and religion, and would be happy to assist you!
Religion

Religion

I hold a master's degree in theology from the University of Dallas and have taught religion and theology -- primarily Christian/Catholic -- in various churches and in various capacities since the late 1980s. I also have some experience studying comparative religions including Islam, Hinduism, Judaism, Buddhism and others. I am the priest and pastor at a small Christian church, and teach religion and philosophy of religion at the college level.

Science

Philosophy,

Philosophy

I am a professor of philosophy and religion, presently in my third Ph.D. program working to complete a doctorate in humanities/philosophy. I have an intense passion for helping other people learn to think more deeply about their lives and choices, and am a certified philosophical counselor. I normally teach for colleges, but have also developed and taught philosophy courses for high school academies. I have experience teaching and tutoring ethics, political philosophy, aesthetics, philosophy of religion, and epistemology (including categorical, propositional, and first-order/predicate logic). I have taught and tutored hundreds of people in philosophy and religion, and would be happy to assist you!
Physics

Physics

I have a bachelor of science degree in physics and engineering from Seattle Pacific University. I taught high school physics, and have tutored many high school and college students. I really enjoy physics, and love to work with others to help them understand and solve real-world physics problems.

Summer

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

The average person doesn't need to know calculus, differential equations, and beyond unless they are going into a hard science field or similar. However, topics like geometry, trigonometry, geometry, statistics, and especially algebra are incredibly practical and useful in everyday life. My effort is to help the student understand these topics in an intuitive, practical way by relating them to common things all around them (e.g., a cooking recipe, woodworking, budgeting, calculating gas needs, estimating times, etc.). In this way, the student both comes to a better, real-life understanding of the subject, as well as how to apply it to everyday problems.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

The average person doesn't need to know calculus, differential equations, and beyond unless they are going into a hard science field or similar. However, topics like geometry, trigonometry, geometry, statistics, and especially algebra are incredibly practical and useful in everyday life. My effort is to help the student understand these topics in an intuitive, practical way by relating them to common things all around them (e.g., a cooking recipe, woodworking, budgeting, calculating gas needs, estimating times, etc.). In this way, the student both comes to a better, real-life understanding of the subject, as well as how to apply it to everyday problems.
Physics,

Physics

I have a bachelor of science degree in physics and engineering from Seattle Pacific University. I taught high school physics, and have tutored many high school and college students. I really enjoy physics, and love to work with others to help them understand and solve real-world physics problems.
Writing

Writing

I have published two print books, and was a contributing author on a third one. I've easily written hundreds of essays, dozens and dozens of large project/research papers. My writing has ranged from creative stories to technical writing to tutorials to philosophical works. I've received specialized training in planning and developing research papers, and have assisted dozens of students with their own essays, papers, and even graduate-level theses. My general approach is to help the student begin with a clear and engaging idea, develop a flowing outline, draw upon relevant sources (when appropriate), and blend this into a finished paper that draws the reader into the story or argument. Of course, we work on spelling, grammar and punctuation along the way, but writing is much more than any of these or even their sum. Unlike other topics where you can just produce an answer and move on, writing is a process. It is hard work and incorporates several other skills. It takes a great deal of time, focus and patience. People who are struggling with writing (or their parents) need to realize that half of writing is just developing and maintaining good study habits, in the sense of having regular time dedicated to writing and revising without distractions.

Examples of Expertise


Seth has provided examples of their subject expertise by answering 68 questions submitted by students on Wyzant’s Ask an Expert.

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Seth is the best!

Seth is really helping me understand my assignments, and always is non-judgemental, calming and patient. If I didn't have to do well in my college level CS class I'd love to study philosophy or religion with him as well.

Leah, 7 lessons with Seth

Great first session!

I gave Seth an overview of my current Python knowledge, which I’ve been studying for the past few months. I described current challenges and future goals, and basically just asked for an ‘assignment’ to help me focus on projects and escape tutorials. Seth recommended we cut the session a bit short so that he could look thru my shared code and then send me a project to complete. He did that within an hour! It was exactly what I needed and have been chipping away at the requirements. I’m looking forward to our next session!

Jeremy, 3 lessons with Seth
Tutor responded:

Thank you for your kind comment, Jeremy. I'm looking forward to seeing the program you create.

very insightful

Seth is very helpful and knowledgeable with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. He is patient and knows how to direct you to the acceptable approach

Abby, 7 lessons with Seth

very insightful

Seth is very helpful and knowledgeable with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. He is patient and knows how to direct you to the acceptable approach

Abby, 7 lessons with Seth

knowledgable and patient tutor

Seth helped my confidence level in being able to complete an assignment as mentor. Thank you Sethly! I really appreciate your patience and your explanations on things that were challenging!

Mark, 3 lessons with Seth
Tutor responded:

Thank you Mark. Your project is an interesting one, and I am very thankful for the opportunity to get to assist you.

excel work sheet

Seth has been great with tutoring through my programming class. Without him I would have never been able to get through the class...Thank Seth and may GOD be with you!

James, 7 lessons with Seth

Knowledgeable and flexible

I've had one session with Seth so far (on formal logic) - he's already been very helpful in helping me get my bearings in a subject I've not studied for years. Looking forward to more sessions!

Emma, 1 lesson with Seth

Problem solved.

Very relatable, personable, and was able to address my questions successfully. I had a question related to computing but was not subject specific and he was able to address that as well.

BRIAN, 1 lesson with Seth

An exceptional tutor

We had a wonderful conversation on philosophy and logic while exploring epistemological issues related to categorical logic. I look forward to our next session! It was a very fruitful hour!

CLINTON, 24 lessons with Seth
Tutor responded:

It was great to meet you, and I look forward to our upcoming sessions.

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