Author Feature: Carl E. Moyler

by | Jan 16, 2021 | Author Feature | 0 comments

ReadersMagnet features Dr. Carl E. Moyler, the author of the thought-provoking book, On Freedom and Revolt

History is filled with heroes and political figures who have shaped our society and culture today. These historical figures have submitted their lives to becoming a catalyst of change. They fought for freedom, justice, and equality. This fight was not for themselves but humanity. They are people who want to save and improve our lives. They fought for revolution, and they gave us hope. Author and professor Dr. Carl E. Moyler dedicates On Freedom and Revolt to all heroes and heroines in humanity’s service. Get to know this amazing author and his work.

Carl E. Moyler

Dr. Carl E. Moyler was born in Newport News, Virginia. He grew up in a big family with eight children. At present, he is living in Dayton, Ohio. Dr. Moyler has plenty of life accomplishments under his belt. He is a high school teacher, high school principal, school supervisor of curriculum, program educator, a university professor, entrepreneur, and author. 

He majored in foreign languages at West Virginia State University and graduated in 1954. Dr. Moyler holds a Master’s degree in French from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. Moreover, he has a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Dayton in Dayton, Ohio. He also obtained a Ph.D. Comparative Literature from the Union Institute/University in Cincinnati. 

When Dr. Moyler worked as a high school teacher, he taught foreign languages, specifically French and Spanish. Also, he worked as a university professor and administrator at Urbana University and Wilberforce University. 

As an entrepreneur, he is the founder and owner of a currently small business, The Don Pablo Academy of World Languages and Mathematics Tutoring, K-12 in Dayton, Ohio. 

As an author, Dr. Carl E. Moyler published two books: The Successful Student Handbook: Student Survival Skills for High School and College Students and On Freedom and Revolt: A Comparative Investigation, respectively. 

On Freedom and Revolt

First published in 2015, On Freedom and Revolt: A Comparative Investigation compares two influential figures of history and Nobel Prize winners, Albert Camus and Martin Luther King, Jr. Author Carl E. Moyler makes a compelling case between two known prominent leaders. These two powerful men: Albert Camus and Martin Luther King Jr., dedicated their lives to fighting for human rights. These two central figures are first-class role models who lived their lives fighting for justice, freedom, hope, optimism, courage, and love. Their response to the injustices has sparked the desire for humanity to do the same. 

The book sheds light on issues that are relevant to this day: exploitation, racism, war, poverty, tyranny, and injustice. Despite living separate lives, upbringing, and time, these two figures found common grounds towards addressing these critical issues. In his book, Dr. Moyler reveals how Martin Luther King, Jr. and Albert Camus will not stand and do nothing in the face of dehumanizing problems. However, this book is dedicated to all heroes and heroines in history, may they be named or nameless ones who fight in the name of service to humanity. 

The pages of On Freedom and Revolt: A Comparative Investigation presents the valiant contributions of both men in history and society as they pursue what humanity has always wanted, freedom. Dr. Moyler explores King and Camus’ views and writings thoroughly to make readers understand the significance of these two men’s contributions to society. Unlike history books, Dr. Moyler’s book presents a detailed version of this fight for freedom and justice. 

Readers will find this book a legacy to these amazing heroes’ work in today’s society. On Freedom and Revolt: A Comparative Investigation will prove that these two are among the heroes that must be remembered worldwide. Dr. Carl E. Moyler’s book will inspire readers to continue our heroes’ legacy and to never stop fighting for what is right. 

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