Loyola University Chicago

Department of Philosophy

The Contemporary European Philosophy Graduate Faculty

Ardis Collins (Modern philosophy, especially Hegel's Phenomenology, Hegelian social philosophy, philosophy of language, philosophy of religion, and Hegel's critique of Kantian morality.)

Andrew Cutrofello (Kant and 19th- and 20th-century continental philosophy)

David B. Ingram (Contemporary German and French philosophy; also ethics, social and political philosophy, philosophy of law, philosophy of social science, critical race theory)

Hanne Jacobs (Phenomenology, Early modern philosophy, Leibniz)

Hugh Miller (Philosophy of religion, philosophical theology, history of metaphysics, and contemporary French philosophy)

David Schweickart (Social and political philosophy, philosophy and economics, and Marxism. He also has major interests in feminist theory, existentialism, critical theory, and race and racism)

Jacqueline Scott (Nietzsche, Nineteenth Century Philosophy, Race Theory, African American Philosophy and Chinese Philosophy)

Dan Vaillancourt (Aesthetics, French philosophy)