Terry F. Godlove
Senior Associate Dean for Curriculum and Personnel, Professor of Philosophy
PHD, 1984, Univ Chicago; MA, 1982, Univ Chicago; MA, 1979, Univ Chicago; BA, 1977, Oberlin Coll
Professor Godlove teaches philosophy and religion at Hofstra University and is currently Senior Associate Dean of Hofstra College of Liberal Arts and Sciences for Curriculum and Personnel. He is interested in Kant, theory of knowledge, modern Christian and Jewish thought, and in method and theory in the study of religion. Publications include Religion, Interpretation and Diversity of Belief: The Framework Model from Kant to Durkheim to Davidson (Cambridge, 1989),Teaching Durkheim on Religion (Oxford, 2004), Kant and the Meaning of Religion (I.B. Tauris / Columbia University Press, 2014), and articles and book chapters in the areas listed above.
Recent Courses Taught
|PHI 143||CLASSICAL MODERN PHI||Undergraduate|