Dr. Gregory J. Coulter
Associate Professor of Philosophy
Courses taught in Spring 2013
Courses taught in Fall 2013
Ph. D., Philosophy, Center for Thomistic Studies, University of St. Thomas, Houston, Texas, 1989.
St. Thomas Aquinas
Awards & Honors
2-time Aquinas Scholars, Professor of the Year Award.
1996: "The Advantage of A Catholic Curriculum", in The Idea Of A Catholic University. Catholic Colleges and Universities in the 21st Century Summer Seminar, 1995.
1995: "Philosophy and Revelation: Is Philosophy a Form of Unbelief? ", presented with Dr. Thomas Sullivan, at the American Catholic Philosophical Association National Convention, Washington, D.C. Published in the The 1995 Proceedings of the ACPA.
2005, Spring: “Gaudium et spes: Atheism, Culture and Christian Faith”, presented at the conference, Call to Justice: The Legacy of Gaudium et spes 40 years later, March, Vatican City.
2004, Winter: “On Religious Belief”, presented at the Society of Christian Philosophy Pacific Meeting, Biola University, California.
2002, Fall: “Hannah Arendt: On Privacy, Private Property And Authentic Human Culture”, presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for European Philosophy, University College Cork, Cork, Ireland.
The American Catholic Philosophical Association