Dr. Michael Pakaluk is an internationally recognized expert on the philosophy of Aristotle and especially Aristotle’s ethics. A member of the Pontifical Academy of St. Thomas Aquinas, his articles are frequently seen in Catholic publications. He has been a visiting professor at Brown University and the Catholic University of America. He was a Marshall scholar at the University of Edinburgh and received his A.B. and Ph.D. from Harvard University.
Dr. Barry David specializes in the philosophy of St. Augustine and is working on a book on that philosopher, bishop, and saint, as well as another book on a neo-platonic treatise, Liber de Causis. His doctorate is from the distinguished program in classical and medieval philosophy at the University of Toronto.
Dr. Maria Fedoryka is currently working on a book on the philosophy of gender, love, and marriage. As a speaker on those subjects, she is much in demand, and her course on The Philosophy of Love is one of the most popular philosophy courses in the university. She is an expert on the philosophical movement known as “personalism.” Her doctorate is from the famed International Academy of Philosophy in Lichtenstein.
Dr. Joseph Trabbic received his Ph.D. from Fordham University under the renowned teacher, Fr. Joseph Koterski, SJ, in the area of “onto-theology” and has since worked on topics in the philosophy of religion and continental Catholic philosophy. A popular and admired teacher himself, Trabbic’s translations for Zenit of the Pope’s homilies and Angelus addresses have been appreciated by millions of readers.