Dissertations Defended Between 1969 and 2013
Thomas, Mark J.
Freedom and Ground: Schelling's Treatise on Human Freedom
Salllis/Rumble/Dennis Schmidt (Penn State)
The Culture of Recognition: Another Reading of Paul Ricoeur's Work
Kearney/Blanchette/George H. Taylor (University of Pittsburgh)
Rabinoff, Sharon Eve
Perception in Aristotle's Ethics
Opened Grounds: Studies on Foundation and Truth in Phenomenology
Varghese, Joshy P.
The Metaphysics of Diversity and Authenticity: A Comparative Reading of Taylor and Gandhi on Holistic Identity
Purcell, Elizabeth B.
Flourishing Bodies: Disability, Virtue, Happiness
Moss Brender, Noah
THE MEANING OF LIFE: A Merleau-Pontian Investigation of How Living Bodies Make Sense
Bloechl/David Morris (Concordia)/Byrne
Aristotle: Movement and the Structure of Being
Lynch, Richard A.
The Art of Governing: The Critical Ethics of Michel Foucault
Bernauer/Rasmussen/Amy Allen (Dartmouth) P/T Instructor Dept. of Philosophy
Cioni, Joseph R.
A Breadkown in the Good of Order: An Analysis of the Subprime Mortgage Crisis Informed by Bernard Lonergan's Notion of the Human Good
Byrne/Richard Nielsen (CSOM)
Merleau-Ponty's Phenomenology of Painting, GESTALT and Reversibility
Romero, S.J., M. Ross
Without the Least Tremor: The Significance of the Sacrifice of Socrates in Plato's PHAEDO
Sallis/Gurtler/McCoy (Asst. Prof. Dept. of Philosophy)
Robinson, Matthew A.
The Early 13th Century Latin-Augustinian Reception of the Peripatetic Agent Intellect and the Historical Constitution of the Self
Solére/Sweeney/Brown/Timothy B. Noone (Catholic University)
Shmikler, Joshua A.
Confronting the Philosophers: Socrates and the Eleatic Stranger in Plato's SOPHIST
Self and Tradition: Historical Understanding and Social Life in Gadamer
Sallis/Rumble/James Risser (Seattle University)/Figal
Witt, Jeffery C.
Between Faith and Science: Gregory of Rimini on Theological Knowledge in his 14th Century Context
Rereading Modernity-Charles Taylor on its Genesis and Prospects
Madigan/Bloechl/Dominic Doyle (STM)
Ewegen, Shane M.
Playing with Words: Plato's CRATYLUS and the Comic Unfolding of Language