• Graduate Philosophy


  • Dr. Jonathan Sanford -- Are You Man Enough? Aristotle on Courage 
    “Are You Man Enough?  Aristotle on Courage,” International Philosophical Quarterly,   forthcoming, 2010.

    Dr. John F. Crosby -- On Proposing the Truth and Not Imposing It: John Paul II’s Personalism and the Teaching of Dignitatis Humanae 
    “On Proposing the Truth and Not Imposing It: John Paul II’s Personalism and the Teaching of Dignitatis Humanae,” in Dignitatis Humanae, Sheed and Ward, 2006, ed. by Ken Grasso.

    Dr. John White -- St. Bonaventure and the Problem of Metaphysical Idolatry 
    In October 2007 Dr. John White wrote “St. Bonaventure and the Problem of Metaphysical Idolatry,” Patristic, Medieval and Renaissance Conference, Villanova University

    Dr. John Crosby-Issue editor of special issue of the American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly 
    Issue editor of special issue of the American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly on the thought of Max Scheler, 2005, vol. 79, no. 1.

    Dr. Mark Roberts -- Aesthetic Values and Reading Skills 
    “Aesthetic Values and Reading Skills,” Epiphanies of Beauty: The Arts in a Post-Christian Culture, The Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture, University of Notre Dame, October 2004.

    Dr. Jonathan Sanford -- Aristotle’s Divided Mind: Some Thoughts on Intellectual Virtue and Aristotle’s Occasional Dualism 
    “Aristotle’s Divided Mind: Some Thoughts on Intellectual Virtue and Aristotle’s Occasional Dualism”. Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association Vol. 80 (2007):77-90

    Dr. John White -- Ecological Value Cognition and the American Capitalist Ethos 
    “Ecological Value Cognition and the American Capitalist Ethos”, Environmental Philosophy, vol. 3, no. 2, Fall 2006.

    Dr. John White -- Scotus’s Metaphysical Transformation of Anselm’s Pure Perfections 
    “Scotus’s Metaphysical Transformation of Anselm’s Pure Perfections,” St. Anselm Conference, Manchester, New Hampshire, April 2002.

    Dr. John Crosby-“Is All Evil Really Only Privation?” 
    “Is All Evil Really Only Privation?” in American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, vol. 75 (2002), 197-209. Translated into Polish in Ethos (2004), 59-73.

    Dr. John F. Crosby -- The Twofold Source of the Dignity of Persons 
    “The Twofold Source of the Dignity of Persons,” Faith and Philosophy, 18/3 (2001), 292-306.

    Dr. John F. Crosby -- How is It Possible Knowingly to do Wrong? 
    “How Is It Possible Knowingly to do Wrong?” American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, vol. 74 (2000), 325-333.

    Dr. John Crosby-“Life and Work of Max Scheler” 
    “Life and Work of Max Scheler,” American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly (2005), vol. 79, no. 1, 1-11.

    Dr. John F. Crosby -- Dietrich von Hildebrand: Master of Phenomenological Value Ethics 
    “Dietrich von Hildebrand: Master of Phenomenological Value Ethics,” in Drummond and Embree (eds.), Phenomenological Approaches to Ethics (Kluwer, 2002), 475-496.

    Dr. John Crosby-“Person and Obligation: Critical Reflections on the Anti-authoritarian Strain in Scheler’s Personalism” 
    “Person and Obligation: Critical Reflections on the Anti-authoritarian Strain in Scheler’s Personalism,” American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly (2005), vol. 79, no. 1, 91-119.

    Dr. John F. Crosby -- The Truth about Good–Pretext for Coercion? 
    “The Truth about Good–Pretext for Coercion?” in the Festschrift for Tadeuez Styzcen, Codzienne pytania Antygony (Lublin, 2001), 87-91.

    Dr. John F. Crosby -- Why Persons Have Dignity 
    “Why Persons Have Dignity,” Life and Learning IX: Proceedings of the Ninth University Faculty for Life Conference (Washington, DC, 2000), 79-92.

    Dr. John F. Crosby -- Issue editor of special issue of the American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly on the thought of Max Scheler, vol. 79, no. 1 
    Issue editor of special issue of the American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly on the thought of Max Scheler, vol. 79, no. 1

    Dr. John F. Crosby -- How Is It Possible Knowingly to do Wrong?(2) 
    “How Is It Possible Knowingly to do Wrong?” American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, vol. 74, 325-333

    Dr. John F. Crosby -- John Paul II on the Complementarity of Man and Woman 
    “John Paul II on the Complementarity of Man and Woman,” in The Church, Marriage, and the Family: Proceedings of the 2004 annual meeting of the Fellowship of Catholic Scholars (South Bend: St. Augustine Press, ch. 4)

    Dr. John F. Crosby -- Personalist Philosophy of John Paul II 
    taped a series of 13 half-hour programs for EWTN on the personalist philosophy of John Paul II; the series was aired repeatedly throughout the following years, and even now is sometimes aired again.

    Dr. John F. Crosby -- The Personalist Philosophy of John Paul II 

    “The Personalist Philosophy of John Paul II,” ten-part series in Laywitness


    Dr. John F. Crosby -- Translation of Dietrich von Hildebrand’s Das Wesen der Liebe 

    Translation of Dietrich von Hildebrand’s Das Wesen der Liebe; published as The Nature of Love.


    Dr. John White -- Ethics and Intrinsic Value: The Academy Lectures 
    Ethics and Intrinsic Value: The Academy Lectures, by Roderick Chisholm, Winter Universitaets Verlag, Heidelberg, 2001.

    Dr. John White -- Bonaventure’s Use of Anselm’s Ontological Argument 
    “Bonaventure’s Use of Anselm’s Ontological Argument. Disputed Questions on the Mystery of the Trinity, question 1, article 1,” Conference on Patristic, Medieval, and Renaissance Studies, Villanova University, September 2004.

    Dr. John White -- Divine Light and Human Wisdom: Transcendental Elements in Bonaventure’s Illumination Theory 
    “Divine Light and Human Wisdom: Transcendental Elements in Bonaventure’s Illumination Theory,” International Philosophical Quarterly , Vol. 48, no. 2, June 2008

    Dr. John White-Identity and Panentheism... 
    “Identity and Panentheism. God and nature in Friedrich Schelling ’s early identity philosophy,” International Association of Environmental Philosophy, November 2007

    Dr. John White -- Doctrinal Development and the Philosophy of History... 
    “Doctrinal Development and the Philosophy of History. Cardinal Newman’s Theory in the Light of Eric Voegelin’s Philosophy of History,” American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, forthcoming

    Dr. John White -- Environmental Critique and the Capitalist Ethos. A Contribution Based on Max Scheler's Philosophy 
    “Environmental Critique and the Capitalist Ethos. A Contribution Based on Max Scheler's Philosophy,” International Association of Environmental Philosophy, Loyola University of Chicago, October 2002.

    Dr. John White -- Lived body and ecological value cognition 
    “Lived body and ecological value cognition,” in Merleau-Ponty and Environmental Philosophy: Dwelling on the Landscapes of Thought, SUNY Press, 2007

    Dr. John White -- Max Scheler Tripartite Anthropology 
    “Phenomenology and education in philosophy,” in Proceedings of the Sixth International Week of Philosophy, Revista de Filosofia edita pela Sociedade Brasileira de Filosofos Catolicos, vol. XVI, no. 1, Rio de Janeiro, 1991.

    Dr. John White -- The Importance of Merleau-Ponty’s Reading of Schelling for Environmental Ethics 
    Dr. John White wrote “The importance of Merleau-Ponty’s reading of Schelling for environmental ethics,” International Association of Environmental Philosophy, with SPEP, University of Utah,October 2000.

    Dr. John White -- The Nature of Ecological Value Cognition 
    “The Nature of Ecological Value Cognition,” International Association of Environmental Philosophy, with SPEP, University of Memphis, November 2004.

    Dr. John White -- Two Idols of Phenomenology. Idolatry in the Philosophies of Max Scheler and Jean-Luc Marion 
    “Two Idols of Phenomenology. Idolatry in the Philosophies of Max Scheler and Jean-Luc Marion,” Max Scheler Society of North America, APA Central division meeting, April 2006.

    Dr. Jonathan Sanford-Love and Friendship in the Christian Aristotelian Tradition 
    “Love and Friendship in the Christian Aristotelian Tradition: Can an Aristotelian Love His Neighbor as Himself?”. American Maritain Association, Annual Meeting, Boston, MA (Oct 24, 2008)

    Dr. Jonathan Sanford -- Categories: Historical and Systematic Essays. Co-edited with Michael Gorman 
    "Categories: Historical and Systematic Essays. Co-edited with Michael Gorman."  Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America Press

    Dr. Jonathan Sanford -- Christianity, Liberalism, and Some Contemporary Confusions About Social Justice 
    “Christianity, Liberalism, and Some Contemporary Confusions About Social Justice”. The World and Christian Imagination. Lilly Fellows Program, National Research Conference. Baylor University

    Dr. Jonathan Sanford -- Categories: Historical and Systematic Essays 

    Dr. Jonathan Sanford Co-edited with Michael Gorman. "Categories: Historical and Systematic Essays." The Catholic University of America Press, 2004


    Dr. Jonathan Sanford -- How is a Friendship Like Louise and Vincent’s Possible? Aristotle, Aquinas, and the Christian Elevation of Pagan Friendship 
    “How is a Friendship Like Louise and Vincent’s Possible?  Aristotle, Aquinas, and the Christian Elevation of Pagan Friendship,” Annual Albertus Magnus Lecture, Niagara University, April 15, 2010.

    Dr. Jonathan Sanford -- Juan Bautista Alberdi 
    “Juan Bautista Alberdi”. NEH Summer Institute: Latin American Philosophy: The Appropriation of European Ideas in Latin America, University at Buffalo, SUNY 2005.

    Dr. Jonathan Sanford -- On Vice and Free Choice 
    “On Vice and Free Choice,” American Maritain Association, Annual Meeting, Houston, TX.

    Dr. Jonathan Sanford -- Restoration and Rationality: St. Anselm on the Pursuit of Happiness 
    “Restoration and Rationality: St. Anselm on the Pursuit of Happiness,” Fides Quarens Intellectum, Vol. II., No. 2. Spring 2003

    Dr. Jonathan Sanford -- Scheler vs. Scheler: The Case for a Better Ontology of the Person 

    "Scheler vs. Scheler: The Case for a Better Ontology of the Person," American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly. Vol. 79


    Dr. Jonathan Sanford -- What Does ‘Social’ Add to Justice? 
    “What Does ‘Social’ Add to Justice?”, Fides et Ratio Presentation. Franciscan University of Steubenville 2006.

    Dr. Jonathan Sanford -- Why Be Brave Unto Death? Aristotle on Courage 
    “Why Be Brave Unto Death? Aristotle on Courage”. Thomistic Institute. Jacques Maritain Center, University of Notre Dame 2005.

    Dr. Mark Roberts -- Maritain's Eternal Truths 
    "Maritain's Eternal Truths," Society for Christian Philosophers, Arizona State University, May 1998.

    Dr. Mark Roberts -“St. Thomas Aquinas and the Experience of Embodiment” 
    "St. Thomas Aquinas and the Experience of Embodiment," at the Patristic, Medieval and Renaissance Studies Conference, Villanova University, October 1998.

    Dr. Mark Roberts -- St. Thomas Aquinas and the Experience of Embodiment 
    "St. Thomas Aquinas and the Experience of Embodiment," at the Patristic, Medieval and Renaissance Studies Conference, Villanova University, October 1998.

    Dr. Mark Roberts -- A Critique of St. Thomas's Epistemology 
    "A Critique of St. Thomas's Epistemology" Patristic, Medieval and Renaissance Studies Conference, Villanova University, September 1997.

    Dr. Mark Roberts -- Can Thomism and Phenomenology be Compared? 
    "Can Thomism and Phenomenology be Compared?" at Franciscan University of Steubenville, March 1996.

    Dr. Mark Roberts -- Classical Theism and Process Theology: On the Question of God’s Real Relation to the World 
    “Classical Theism and Process Theology: On the Question of God’s Real Relation to the World,” Franciscan University of Steubenville, January, 2006, Fides et Ratio Grant presentation.

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