Colin Patrick

Colin Patrick

Adjunct Assistant Professor

John R. Howard Hall 232, MSC: 45

Academic Credentials

BA from Wesleyan University, 1998
PhD from the University of Chicago, 2012


Spring 2021 Courses:

PHIL 103: Ethics
MWF 10:25-11:25am

Fundamental issues in moral philosophy and their application to contemporary life.

Prerequisites: None.

PHIL 217: Topics: Marxism
MWF 1:00-2:00pm

Introduces students to philosophy through a specific theme or topic. Students investigate how philosophy is represented and enacted in a specific area as well as by participating in its enactment. Possible topics include philosophy and existentialism, philosophy and Latin America, philosophy and literature, philosophy and race, gender, class.

Prerequisites: None.


My research and teaching interests are in ethical theory, applied ethics, practical reason, deductive and inductive logic, Hegelian dialectics, Marx, philosophy of history, philosophy of technology, and philosophy of film.

Location: J.R. Howard Hall