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Anthony T. Flood

Professor Flood

Associate Professor of Philosophy

PhD  2003, University of Oklahoma

Telephone: 701-231-9631

422D Minard Hall



“Aquinas on Self-Love and Love of God: The Foundations for and Perfection of Subjectivity.”  International Philosophical Quarterly, March, 2016.

“Marriage as Friendship: Aquinas’s View in Light of His Account of Self-Love.”  Nova et Vetera 13:4, 2015.

The Root of Friendship: Self-Love and Self-Governance in Aquinas.  Washington D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, Spring 2014.

“What We Can Learn from the Medieval Rejection of Curiosity.” Northern Plains Ethics Journal 1:1, Fall 2013. 

 “Love of Self as the Condition for a Gift of Self in Aquinas.” Journal of Thomistic Personalism , 2011.

“Aquinas on Subjectivity: a Response to Crosby.” American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly , Winter 2010.

“Epistemic Badness.” Journal of Philosophical Research, 2008.

“The Impact of Augustine’s Thought on the Ethics of Scotus and von Hildebrand.” Fides Quaerens Intellectum , 2007.

 “The Virtuous Nature of Forgiveness: Determining When to Forgive.” Discourse , Spring 2002.

Current Courses Taught:

Introduction to Philosophy

Traditional Logic

Ancient Philosophy

Medieval Philosophy

Philosophy of Religion


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