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Indiana University Northwest

Department of History, Philosophy, Political Science and Religious Studies

Meet Our Faculty

Gianluca  Di Muzio

Associate Professor of Philosophy and Chair
Classes
Hawthorn Hall 234
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(219)980-6669

Education:

Ph. D. in Philosophy - University of Virginia

M. A. in Philosophy - University of Virginia

Laurea in Filosofia - Universita' di Genova (Italy)

Areas of Expertise:

Ancient philosophy

Philosophy of religion

Applied ethics

Metaphysics

Recent Publications:

“Aristotle’s Alleged Moral Determinism in the Nicomachean Ethics,” Journal of Philosophical Research 33 (2008): 19-32.

“The Problem of Divine Inefficiency,” Think 17/18 (2008): 75-83.

“Epicurus’ Emergent Atomism,” Philo 10 (2007): 1-11.

“The Immorality of Horror Films,” International Journal of Applied Philosophy 20 (2006): 277-294.

“Theism and the Meaning of Life,” Ars Disputandi 6 (2006). Read online.

“Aristotle on Improving One’s Character,” Phronesis 45 (2000): 205-219.

Courses:

PHIL-P 100  Introduction to Philosophy

PHIL-P 150  Elementary Logic

PHIL-P 201  Ancient Greek Philosophy

PHIL-P 301  Medieval Philosophy

PHIL-P 211  Early Modern Philosophy

PHIL-P 310  Topics in Metaphysics

PHIL-P 316  20th Century Philosophy