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Philosophy

Herbert Meyer

Professor Emeritus

Philosophy

Degree(s)

Ph.D., Philosophy, Boston University, M.A., Philosophy, Loyola University, Lic.Theology, Sacred Heart College, Frankfurt, Germany, Lic. Philosophy, St. John Berchman’s College, Munich, Germany

Teaching

Introduction to Philosophy, Logic,  Existential Views of Man, History of Modern Philosophy, History of Contemporary Philosophy, Existentialism, General Ethics, Contemporary Moral Problems, Business Ethics, Humanities, Renaissance to Present

Research

Dissertation:
A Critical Study of Max Scheler’s Philosophical Anthropology in its Relation to his Phenomenology.

Publications:
Are Criminals Persons?, Anti-Mechanism, From Nietzsche to Scheler, The Death and Revival of a God, Peter Singer’s World of Equality, Max Scheler’s Understanding of the Phenomenological Method, From Reductionism to Perspectivism, Principles of Ethics and Their Application to Contemporary Moral Problems.

Contact

978.837.3477
Email: meyerh

Office

Sullivan Hall