Research, Teaching & Conferences

 

Prof. Richard C. Taylor

Department of Philosophy, Marquette University

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA 53201-1881

Office: 414-288-5649; fax 414-288-3010.

Email: Richard.Taylor@Marquette.edu or

richard.taylor@hiw.kuleuven.be or

mistertea@mac.com

Skype ID: misterteaatmac


Visiting Professor annually, De Wulf - Mansion Centre for Ancient, Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium (for online live video graduate course)


Specialization: Medieval Philosophy in Latin and Arabic, Ancient Greek Philosophy, Islamic Philosophical Thought

Competence: Islam, Religious Studies, Philosophy of Religion, History of Metaphysics, Theories of Ethics, Conceptions of God



Current CV: click here.


Professional Website: click here.


Interview:

Interview on Averroes with Peter Adamson for History of Philosophy Without Any Gaps at:

http://www.historyofphilosophy.net/averroes-taylor


Video Lecture:

“Conceiving Creation According to Ibn Rushd / Averroes,” Philosophy in the Islamic Lands, The Catholic University of America, 15 November 2013.

See http://philosophy.cua.edu/fall2013lectures.cfm.


Research Links:

• For some articles in PDF, click here.

  1. Aquinas and the Arabs International Working Group: www.AquinasAndTheArabs.org


  1. DARE Project, Cologne: http://dare.uni-koeln.de



Annual Research Conferences Organized:

Aquinas and ‘the Arabs’ annual conferences in Paris (Spring/early Summer) and North America (Fall), click here.

  1. Aristotle and the Aristotelian Tradition

• Philosophy in the Abrahamic Traditions:

       www.abrahamictraditions.org


Other:

Marquette University Midwest Seminar in Ancient and Medieval Philosophy








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