Paul K. Moser, PhD
Office #: Working remotely for Fall 2022
External Webpage: http://pmoser.sites.luc.edu
Paul K. Moser is Professor of Philosophy at Loyola University Chicago, where he joined the faculty in 1983. From 2004 until 2009 he was the Faculty Director of the Loyola University Core Curriculum. He is the author and editor of numerous books, and he has published over 100 articles and chapters in various journals and collections. In addition, he is a series editor for the Cambridge University Press Book Series “Cambridge Studies in Religion, Philosophy, and Society,” the Cambridge University Press Series “Elements: Religion and Monotheism,” and the Routledge Series "Contemporary Introductions to Philosophy." His research interests include epistemology, metaphilosophy, the philosophy of religion, and New Testament studies.
Among his writings are the following books: Paul’s Gospel of Divine Self-Sacrifice (Cambridge UP, 2022, forthcoming), Divine Guidance (Cambridge UP, 2022, forthcoming), The Divine Goodness of Jesus (Cambridge UP, 2021), Understanding Religious Experience (Cambridge UP, 2020), The God Relationship: Ethics for Inquiry about the Divine (Cambridge UP, 2018), The Severity of God (Cambridge UP, 2013), The Evidence for God (Cambridge UP, 2010), The Elusive God (Cambridge University Press, 2008), Philosophy after Objectivity (Oxford University Press, 1993), Knowledge and Evidence (Cambridge University Press, 1989), and Empirical Justification (Kluwer/Reidel, 1985). He was the editor of the American Philosophical Quarterly from 2007 to 2013.A full list of Professor Moser's publications can be found on his personal web page: http://pmoser.sites.luc.edu.
Epistemology, theories of rationality, philosophy of religion, New Testament studies