Professor Vincent McCarthy
Vincent McCarthy, Ph.D. (Stanford), is a professor of philosophy at St. Joseph’s University, having served there also as Provost and Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. He is widely published in the fields of enlightenment philosophy, existentialism, and the philosophy of religion.
Kierkegaard and Psychology before Psychology
Did Heidegger Plagiarize Kierkegaard?
Professor Richard Crouter
Richard E. Crouter, Emeritus at Carleton College (Occidental, B.A.; Union theological Seminary, B.D., Th. D.) 1967 – 2003, has a primary interest in the modern religious thought of Schleiermacher, Kierkegaard, and Reinhold Niebuhr. His most recent book is Reinhold Niebuhr: On Politics, Religion, and Christian Faith (2010).
Schleiermacher and Kierkegaard
Professor Charles Taliaferro
Charles Taliaferro, Ph.D. (Brown), MTS (Harvard) is Chair of the Department of Philosophy at St. Olaf College. Taliaferro is the author, editor or co-author of over 20 books. He is the current Editor-in-Chief of Open Theology (based in Berlin).
The Role of Imagination in Things Platonic, Kierkegaardian, and in Contemporary Philosophy
Professor Peder Jothen
Peder Jothen, Ph.D. (U Chicago Divinity School), M. Div. (U Chicago Divinity School), teaches classes in Bible, theology, and ethics. His research revolves around questions of moral formation and practice, especially in relation to culture and aesthetics. His first book, Kierkegaard, Aesthetics, and Selfhood: The Art of Subjectivity, is now published by Ashgate.
The Good and the Perverse: Kierkegaard and the Ethics of Beauty
Professor Antony Aumann
Professor Aumann joined the faculty at Northern Michigan University in the fall of 2010. Previously, he taught at Ohio State University and held a post-doctoral fellowship at St. Olaf College. He regularly teaches courses on aesthetics, religion, and existentialism, and he coordinates the Religious Studies Minor. His research focuses primarily on the writings of Kierkegaard and Nietzsche. He also works on contemporary issues concerning the philosophy of art and emotions.
Kierkegaard on Authentic Selfhood and the Need for Divine and Human Others – Full Text