Dr. John Knasas Professor
Dr. John Knasas’ undergraduate teaching areas include human person, ethics, metaphysics, epistemology, political philosophy, medieval philosophy, modern philosophy, Heidegger, God and Philosophy, Aquinas’ philosophy of God in S.C.G, and contemporary British and American philosophy. His graduate teaching areas include Aquinas’ metaphysics, metaphysics of Maritain, cosmological argument, problem of evil, transcendental Thomism, 20th century Thomistic revival, commentary on De Anima, commentary on metaphysics, and rationalists.
His research areas include metaphysics, epistemology, philosophy of culture, and problem of evil.
- Doctor of Philosophy - Philosophy (PHD) - University of Toronto (1975)
- Bachelor of Arts - Philosophy (BA) - Boston College
- Master of Arts - University of Toronto