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Dr. Gorman is Ordinary Professor of Philosophy at The Catholic University of America. Previously he taught in the Program of Catholic Studies, St. Francis Xavier University, Canada. He received his PhD in Theology from Boston College, 1997 - The Hypostatic Union according to Thomas Aquinas; and his PhD, Philosophy, 1993 from State University of New York at Buffalo - Ontological Priority.  Dr. Gorman holds a Licentiate in Philosophy from CUA - The Psychological Way to Transcendental Reduction in the Philosophy of Edmund Husserl. His BA is from the University of Toronto, St. Michael’s College, in Christianity and Culture.

Dr. Gorman has received a Fulbright Senior Research/Lecturing Fellowship and a Research Fellowship from the Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung. He is a member of several learned societies, including the American Catholic Philosophical Association and the Society of Christian Philosophers. In philosophy he works mostly in metaphysics and human nature and in theology mostly in Christology, often comparing analytic and medieval approaches. Currently working on essence and on substance, and on Thomas Aquinas’s Christology. He has co- edited Categories: Historical and Systematic Essays, in addition to writing numerous papers.

He is Scholar in the Templeton Virtue Project and a Fellow of CUA's Institute for Human Ecology.

Interested In:

Human Rights Integral Human Development

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6 days
2018 Certificate Course in Catholic Social Teaching

Sunday, October 28, 2018 at 3:00pm

Washington Retreat House
The 2018 Certificate Course in Catholic Social Teaching(CST) will be held in Washington, D.C., at the Washington Retreat House (directly across from The Catholic University of America), the week of Oct. 28 to Nov. 2, 2018.
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