Lewis

V. Bradley Lewis,

Associate Professor of Philosophy, The Catholic University of America | Academic

Dr. Lewis is Associate Professor of Philosophy, The Catholic University of America.  His expertise is in Political Philosophy, Jurisprudence, Ethics.  He is a Faculty Fellow, the Institute for Human Ecology, The Catholic University of America.

 

He has written articles on the political thought of Plato and Aristotle and on some figures in the neo-Thomist tradition, as well as on the topics of public reason and religious freedom.

Dr. Lewis works primarily in political and legal philosophy, with a particular focus on classical natural right and the theory of natural law: their character, history, and application to contemporary issues in politics and law. He also is associate editor of The American Journal of Jurisprudence.

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Education:  Ph.D., Government and International Studies, University of Notre Dame, 1997
M.A., Government and International Studies, University of Notre Dame, 1989
B.A., Government and Politics, University of Maryland (High Honors), 1987.

 

 

Interested In:

Rights of Citizens Role of the State Development & Peace Human Environment

Speaker / Panelist at Upcoming Event(s):

Sun
6 days
Course
2018 Certificate Course in Catholic Social Teaching

When:
Sunday, October 28, 2018 at 3:00pm

Where:
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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