Toner, Christopher H.
Associate Professor of Philosophy
Ph.D., University of Notre Dame
Office Location: JRC 238
Associate Editor, American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly (ACPQ)
Areas of Specialization
Previous Academic Position
"Virtue Ethics and the Nature and Forms of Egoism, Journal of Philosophical Research, 2010.
"Sorts of Naturalism: Requirements for a Successful Theory," Metaphilosophy, April 2008.
"Catastrophe and Eucatastrophe: Russell and Tolkien on the True Form of Fiction," New Blackfriars, January 2008.
:"Just Cause and Proper Authority in the Just War Tradition: from Salamanca to Königsberg . . . and Back?" The Modern Schoolman, November 2007.
"Was Aquinas an Egoist?" The Thomist, October 2007.
"Military Service as a Practice: Integrating the Sword and Shield Approaches to Military Ethics," Journal of Military Ethics, November 2006.
"The Self-Centredness Objection to Virtue Ethics," Philosophy, October 2006.
"Aristotelian Well-Being: A Response to L.W. Sumner's Critique," Utilitas, September 2006.
"Pascal's First Wager Reconsidered: A Virtue Theoretic View," (with Patrick Toner), International Philosophical Quarterly, March 2006.
"Victoria's Integral Realism: Proportionality, Totality, and the Realism/Liberalism Dichotomy" in Teaching, Faith and Service: The Foundations of Freedom, The University of Portland Press, 2006.
"Just War and the Supreme Emergency Exemption," The Philosophical Quarterly, October 2005.
"Angelic Sin in Aquinas and Scotus and the Genesis of Some Central Objections to Contemporary Virtue Ethics," The Thomist, January 2005.
"Just War and Graduated Discrimination," the American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, Fall 2004.
"Akrasia Revisited: An Interpretation and Defense of Aristotle," The Southern Journal of Philosophy, Summer 2003.
"Maritain and MacIntyre on Moral Education" in Jacques Maritain and the Many Ways of Knowing, The Catholic University of America Press, 2002.