Loyola's Philosophy faculty is among the largest and most diverse of philosophy faculties in the United States. The members of this faculty have authored a large number of book publications and scholarly journal publications, and many of them are recognized experts in their fields, with national or international reputations, as the brief biographies on the faculty pages show. (For a list of recent book publications, click here.) The Philosophy Department at Loyola is therefore unique, in that, unlike other Philosophy departments, it can boast a number of different research strengths. Students, therefore, are able to pursue a wide variety of individual specialties as they work with the faculty to complete their degrees.
- Analytic philosophy
- Continental philosophy
- History of philosophy
- Moral philosophy
- Social & political philosophy
- The Ethics and Social Philosophy Graduate Faculty
- The Contemporary European Philosophy Graduate Faculty
- Additional Philosophy Graduate Faculty
Our department also has faculty and students who specialize in epistemology & metaphysics, feminism, philosophy of religion, philosophy of mind, and philosophy of law.