Dr. Joseph Steineger To All Instructors
Dr. Joseph Steineger is an assistant professor of Philosophy at Lindenwood University. He received a B.A. (2003) and M.A. (2005) from the University of Kansas, and a second M.A. (2007) and Ph.D. (2014) from the University of Chicago. His primary teaching and research interests are in Philosophy of Religion, Metaphysics, and Philosophy of Mind within the context of Medieval Philosophy. More specifically, these interests include the existence and nature of a first cause, hylomorphic accounts of mind and reality, and the role of wisdom in guiding one’s way of life. His dissertation, “The Naturally Implanted Knowledge of God’s Existence: Two 13th Century Scholastic Interpretations of John of Damascus and Anselm of Bec,” was under the direction of Jean-Luc Marion, Richard C. Taylor, Josef Stern, and Blake Dutton.
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