Anselm Ramelow

Dr. Anselm Ramelow
Address2301 Vine Street
Berkeley, CA 94708

Associate Professor of Philosophy, Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology
Professor of Philosophy, Graduate Theological Union

M.A., University of Freiburg,
M.A., Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology,
Ph.D., University of Munich, 1995
M.A., University of Freiburg, 1990

Fr. Anselm seeks to awaken the minds of his students to the fascination of being and truth. Fr. Anselm combines dialogue, Socratic questioning and lecture for an engaging and intellectual structure in his classes. His students come away with not only knowledge but also critical thinking skills, awareness of problems and a resistance against fallacies and fashions. Fr. Anselm’s academic interests are wide, ranging from the history of philosophy to topics such as free will, philosophy of language and aesthetics (including religion and the arts and art history). Fr. Anselm is knowledgeable in Continental, Medieval and Scholastic philosophers as well as the Ancients, such as Plato and Aristotle and likes to investigate philosophical problems in their larger historical context.

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