Continental philosophy & Catholic higher ed

The Catholic Reception of Continental Philosophy in North America (University of Toronto Press, 2020) is a new volume of essays by leading philosophers and theologians exploring the reception of continental philosophy in North America and its ongoing relation to Catholic institutions. Edited by Boston College alumni Gregory P. Floyd and Stephanie Rumpza, The Catholic Reception of Continental Philosophy in North America provides a scholarly reflection on the historical, institutional, and intellectual effect of European philosophy on North American Catholic higher education, including their mutual interests and underlying tensions. Floyd is a teaching fellow at Seton Hall University and Rumpza is a visiting researcher at Sorbonne University. Both earned master’s degrees and doctorates in philosophy from BC.

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