The Philosophy Department has more than 20 full-time faculty members and has a strong commitment to both teaching (six faculty members have won teaching awards) and to research. Our program has particular strengths in the history of philosophy, stretching from ancient Greek thought to the most recent debates in both the continental and the analytic traditions. We are broadly pluralistic and seek to offer students a wide array of perspectives and contrasting points of view.
2013 Villanova Philosophy Conference Keynotes
Dr Shaun Gallagher- Seeing Without an I
What's Going On in MLA Commons: The work of John Schultz who is using MLACommons to develop his dissertation arguments was one of the five projects highlighted in a recent email to the entire MLA membership as a noteworthy project.
Chris Davidson, Rebecca Goldner, Dave Mesing, Laura McMahon, Charles Prusik, Summer Renault-Steele and Charles Strong had papers accepted at the annual meeting of the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy in Eugene, Oregon, as well as Professors Gabriel Rockhill and Annika Thiem.