Philosophy Department Faculty

Gregory Fried




Professor Fried has taught at the University of Chicago, Boston University, California State University Los Angeles, and Suffolk University. He teaches and publishes in political philosophy, with a particular interest in responses to challenges to liberal democracy and the rise of ethno-nationalism. He also works in philosophy of law, especially law and hermeneutics; philosophy and race; practical ethics, including just war theory; public philosophy; the history of ethics; Ancient philosophy; and 20th century Continental philosophy, especially Heidegger.


Other Professional Activities

·  Book series co-editor, “New Heidegger Research,” Roman and Littlefield International

·  Co-founder and director, “Mirror of Race” 

·  Executive producer, “Before the Trees Was Strange,” directed by Derek Burrows