I earned my Master of Arts degree at the University of St. Thomas. Through the Center for Thomistic Studies, the University offers graduate degrees in philosophy, specializing in the thought of St. Thomas Aquinas and his later commentators.
Master of Arts
University of St. Thomas, Graduate School
• Aristotle's Metaphysics (PHIL 5326)
• St. Thomas on Justice (PHIL 5337)
• British & American Analytic Philosophy (PHIL 5384)
• Political Philosophy of the Enlightenment (PHIL 5363)
Theodore Rebard, Ph.D.
Department of Philosophy
University of St. Thomas
BA (PHIL) St. John’s College, CA
MA (PHIL) Boston College, MA
PhD (PHIL) Boston College, MA
Experience: 32 years, 18 years at UST
Teaching Areas: Thomistic Systematics; C.S. Lewis; Pascal; Karol Wojtyla; Tolkien
Favorite Story: I once told Prof. Rebard that I needed extra help with my Latin studies, and I asked him where I might find a tutor. He thought to himself briefly, and said: "Well, I could always use the practice myself. It's like baseball: even in the professional leagues, you still need to practice." Prof. Rebard - generous with his time and expertise - tutored me weekly in Latin for the next year. I was very
grateful when I passed my Latin Exam, however, what has stayed with me over the years is his own love of learning and generosity of spirit.
Sherra Theisen, Ph.D.
Chief Executive Officer
Texas Nature Project
Joseph Magee, Ph.D.
Catholic Student Center
Sam Houston State University
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