Roland Poirier Martinsson

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Roland Poirier Martinsson (born in

philosopher and radio- and TV-personality from Sweden, who has lived in Austin, Texas. As a columnist, he writes mainly on American politics from a social and cultural point of view. He is a regular contributor to Svenska Dagbladet and Expressen, two major Swedish newspapers. He has also written for The Weekly Standard.[1]
Martinsson is married and has three children.

In 1997, he left the

Roman Catholicism
.

Poirier Martinsson received his PhD in philosophy from Lund University, Sweden, in 2001 for a thesis on the justification of empirical beliefs (published in 2001 as A Two-Front Battle). His books are mainly concerned with the historic and contemporary relations between science, religion, culture and society.

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