Loyola University Chicago

Department of Philosophy

Moral Philosophy

Research Strength

The course offerings in Moral Philosophy cover a broad range of study, including normative ethics, metaethics, moral epistemology, social and political philosophy, philosophy of law, and the history of ethics. Typical course offerings in Moral Philosophy include:

  • History of Ethics
  • Aristotle's Ethics
  • Aquinas's Ethics
  • Kant's Second Critique
  • Mill and Utilitarianism
  • Ethics and Rationality
  • Ethics and Economic Justice
  • Virtue Ethics
  • Moral Sense Theories
  • 19th Cent. Social Philosophy
  • Contemporary Ethical Theory
  • Rawls and Nozick
  • Continental Ethics

Faculty members who teach regularly in the area of Moral Philosophy include:

  • Tom Carson
  • Joy Gordon
  • David Ingram
  • Pamela Lomelino
  • Heidi Malm
  • Paul Moser
  • Jennifer Parks
  • Thomas Regan
  • Joseph Vukov
  • Mark Waymack