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    Which college/university is the best in the field of Philosophy?

    Which college/university in the country is considered to be renowned in its Philosophy program?

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    Quote Originally Posted by san_marino View Post
    Which college/university in the country is considered to be renowned in its Philosophy program?
    As per CHED Center of Excellence: Ateneo and UST.

    Dahil na-witness ko mismo, masasabi kong magaling talaga ang Ateneo sa Philo. Lahat ng studyante (sa lahat ng majors) required ng 4 na classes sa philo (16 units nung panahon ko) -- centerpiece sya ng university life. Minsan nga maiisip mo na isa syang philosophy school na nagkataon lang na magaling din sa ibang fields.

    Dinig ko magaling din sa UST. At may mga kilala din ako sa UP na nagsasabing magaling din ang programa nila.

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    ATENEO DE MANILA UNIVERSITY

    Rooted in the tradition of excellence and service of the Ateneo de Manila University, the Philosophy Department, as a community of teachers, scholars, and students, commits itself to critical and creative reflection, research, and formation, in dialogue with other disciplines and in solidarity with the marginalized sectors of the local and the global society.

    This is fulfilled through four broad areas of experience:

    - Metaphysics, Ancient and Medieval Philosophy
    - Epistemology, Modern and Contemporary Philosophy
    - Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy,
    - Culture, Science and Religion

    The Department of Philosophy continues to pioneer the teaching, writing and publishing of texts in Filipino.

    The Department of Philosophy is a CHED Center of Excellence for Philosophy.

    -----

    Philosophy subjects are at the core of the Ateneo education since it received government approval to offer a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1865. This is evident even today, when every Atenean is required to take twelve academic units of philosophy. Jose Rizal (AB 1877), the country's national hero, was among the many students who went through the University's rigorous philosophical formation.

    Today, the philosophical associations in the Asia-Pacific region have recognized the leadership of the Department's senior faculty members as they hold key positions in the Asian Association of Catholic Philosophers and the Asia-Pacific Philosophy Education Network for Democracy of UNESCO. They also serve on the editorial boards of Humanitas Asiatica, Budhi, Philosophy, Culture, and Traditions, and the Research in Values and Philosophy.

    Presidencies of national philosophical associations are being served continuously by members of the Department through the Philosophical Association of the Philippines and the Philosophy Circle of the Philippines. The Department's faculty extends its expertise by delivering lectures to regional associations such as the Philosophical Association of the Visayas and Mindanao and other schools and universities in various parts of the country.

    From these leadership positions, the Department hosts international and national conferences. It recently hosted 33 delegates from nine countries in Asia for the Conference on Teaching Philosophy in Asian Contexts, in coordination with MISSIO-Aachen and the ACHIE-Hongkong.

    Eminent professors, such as Richard Rorty, W. Norris Clarke, Quentin Lauer, James Bernauer, and Vanden Brooke, have delivered lectures to different audiences in the Philippines under the Department's sponsorship. Regular lecturers from different countries, such as Georges de Schrijver of the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Nicole Revel of the Centre for Research in Paris, and Peter Murphy of Monash University in Australia, participate in annual team teaching courses offered by various members of the department.

    The Department has a distinctive contribution to the development of philosophy in the Philippines by being the pioneer in the teaching of philosophy in Filipino language. Half of its core courses in the undergraduate curriculum are in Filipino. It has produced one dozen philosophy textbooks in Filipino, aside from the unpublished translations of philosophical texts that are currently at its disposal for classroom use.

    Contemporary philosophical traditions, such as Critical Theory, Postmodernism, Deconstruction, Neo-Thomism, as well as the main figures in contemporary philosophy, namely Husserl, Heidegger, Habermas, Arendt, Foucault, Gadamer, Derrida, Ricouer, Levinas, Apel, and Rawls are well represented in the expertise of the Department's faculty. The classical traditions nevertheless remain to be the interest of its young faculty members and sustained by its founding members.

    The Department offers at the undergraduate level a major and minor in philosophy. It also offers graduate programs leading to the Master of Arts degree (with thesis and non-thesis options) and the Doctor of Philosophy in Philosophy.

    In order to extend its expertise to those that could not attend regular graduate courses, the Department has devised a special Master of Arts in Teaching Philosophy. Its most important requirement for admission is a teaching position in any college or university. To date, forty college professors annually enroll in this program every summer.

    As a Center of Excellence in Philosophy in the Philippines, as recognized by the Commission on Higher Education, the Department of Philosophy tries to extend the variety and depth of its philosophical resources to a wide range within the Philippine educational system.

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    FACULTY

    Barbaza, Remmon (Chair)
    Ph.D. Philosophy, Hochschule für Philosophie - München

    Dy, Manuel
    Ph.D. Philosophy, University of Santo Tomas

    Garcia, Leovino Ma.
    Ph.D. Philosophy, Université Catholique de Louvain

    Guevara, Geoffrey
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Ibana, Rainier
    Ph.D. Philosophy, Fordham University

    Kaelin, Lukas
    Ph.D. Hochschule für Philosophie - München

    Lagliva, Albert
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Mariano, Michael Ner (Undergraduate Program Coordinator)
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Miroy, Jovino
    Ph.D. Philosophy, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

    Paclibar, Ma. Lovelyn
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Palacios, Rowena
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Pasco, Marc Oliver
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Principe, Jesus Deogracias (Undergraduate Program Coordinator)
    Ph.D., Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

    Reyes, Ramon
    Ph.D. Philosophy, Université Catholique de Louvain

    Rodriguez, Agustin Martin
    Ph.D. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Rosario, Tomas Jr.
    Ph.D. Philosophy, University of Santo Tomas

    Sevilla, Anton Luis
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Soh, Andrew
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Strebel, Wilhelm
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Tolentino, Roy
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University


    Angeles, Antonette
    PhD, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

    Aurelio, Michael Stephen
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Avecilla, Anamarie
    M.A. Cand.Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Calasanz, Eduardo Jose
    Ph.D. Cand. Philosophy, Université d'Aix-en-Provence

    De Jesus, Roman Miguel
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    De Schrjver, Fr. Georges
    Ph.D., Notre Dame University

    Ferriols, Fr. Roque
    Ph.D., Fordham University

    Gustafson, Darren
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Jacinto, Jacqueline
    M.A. Cand. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Malbarosa, Jose Ma. Arcadio
    Ph. D. Cand. De La Salle University

    Mariano, Pamela Joy
    M.A. Cand. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Que, Fr. Nemesio
    Ph.D. Philosophy, Fordham University

    Uy, John Carlo
    M.A. Cand., Ateneo de Manila University


    Oscar G. Bulaong, Jr.
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    April D. Capili
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Bro. Adrian Danker, S.J.
    Ph.D. English, University of Adelaide, Australia

    Preciosa de Joya
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Fr. Jose Mario Francisco, S.J.
    Ph.D. Philosophical Theology, University of California

    Cristina Joy Guerrero
    M.A. Philosophy, Linkopinap Universitetet, Sweden

    Ranilo B. Hermida
    Ph. D. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Fr. Francis Jeyaraj Rasiah, S.J.
    Ph.D. Philosophy, University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka

    Fr. Norris Seenivasan, S.J.
    M.A. Theology, Regis College, Toronto, Canada

    Jean Emily P. Tan
    Ph. D. Cand., Loyola University of Chicago

    Fr. Jean Francois F. Thomas, S.J.
    Ph.D. Philosophy, La Sorbonne-Paris IV University

    Angelli F. Tugado
    Ph.D. Cand. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University




    UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS

    Faculty of Philosophy

    Nature and Objectives

    The Faculty of Philosophy intends, through proper organization of its courses, to help the students acquire a gradual solid and consistent knowledge of man, of the world and of God based on a philosophical heritage which is perennially valid. It also aims to make the students conversant with the history of ideas as well as to engage them in honest and sincere examination of the solutions given to the problem of the world and of life through the centuries, to enable them to arrive at a proper conviction and a coherent vision of reality. This philosophical training will give the students a solid base for the study of theology, and to prepare them for their future life and ministry, thus, enabling them to enter into dialogue with men of their own time.


    Faculty of Philosophy

    Dean
    Rev. Fr. Enrico D. Gonzales, O.P., Dean

    Faculty Council
    Rev. Fr. Ernesto M. Arceo, O.P., S.T.L.., M.A., Ph.D.
    Rev. Fr. Dionisio Cabezon, O.P., Lect., S.TL., Ph.D., Psycho.
    Rev. Fr. Maximo Marina, O.P., Lect., Ph.D.
    Rev. Fr. Maximiliano Rebollo O.P., Lect., S.T.L., Ph.L.
    Rev. Fr. Hilario Singian, O.P., A.B., S.T.B., M.A.
    Rev. Fr. Pedro Tejero, O.P., Lect., M.A.

    Professors:
    Rev. Fr. Jose Antonio Aureada, O.P., S.T.D., M.A.
    Rev. Fr. Dionisio Cabezon, O.P., Lect., S.T.L., Ph.D.
    Rev. Fr. Vicente Cajilig, O.P., Ph. L., S.T.D.
    Rev. Fr. Honorato Castigador O.P., J.C.L., S.T.L., Ph.L.
    Rev. Fr Norberto Castillo O.P., Lect., S.T.L., M.A. Chem., Ph.D.
    Rev. Fr. Regino Cortes, O.P., Lect., S.S. Prolyta S.T.L., Ph.L.
    Rev. Fr. Maximo Marina, O.P., S.T.L., Ph.D.
    Rev. Fr. Roberto Pinto, O.P., Ph.L., S.T.B., J.C.L.
    Rev. Fr. Maximillano Rebollo, O.P., Lect., S.T.L., Ph.L.
    Rev. Fr. Hilario Singian, O.P., A.B., S.T.B., M.A.
    Rev. Fr. Pedro Tejero, O.P., Lect., M.A.

    Guest Lecturers:
    Prof. Honesto Almonte, BS. Chem. Eng’g.
    Prof. Cecilia, B.S. Biochem.
    Prof. Emmanuel Batoon, M.A.
    Prof. Carmelita Cabrera, B.S.E.
    Prof. Milagros Cortez, M.A.
    Prof. Jose Dakila Espiritu, Ph.D.
    Rev. John Funelas, O.P., Ph.L., S.T.B.
    Prof. Minerva Gonzalez, B.S.E.
    Prof. Elmer Hibek, M.A.
    Rev. Roland Mactal, O.P., S.T.B.
    Prof. Elena Polo, Ph.D.
    Prof. Evelyn Songco, B.S.E., M.A.
    Fr. Gerard Timoner, O.P., Ph.L., S.T.B.
    Prof. Michael Vasco, M.A.
    Prof. Magdalena Villaba, Ph.D.



    Academic Degrees

    FIRST CYCLE. Bachelor in Philosophy (Ph.B.)
    A two-year course which is an organic presentation of the various parts of Philosophy, and exposes the student to the different philosophical systems and introduces him into the method of scientific research; which ends with the degree of Bachelor in Philosophy (Ph.B.)

    SECOND CYCLE. Licentiate in Philosophy (Ph.L.)
    A two-year course which is the beginning of specialization, whereby the special disciplines and seminars established in various sections according to diverse specializations offered a more profound consideration is imparted in some sections of philosophy, (Const.,art.8, b; Norms art. 60,2) which ends with the conferment of the degree of Licentiate Philosophy (Ph.L.)
    THIRD CYCLE. Doctorate in Philosophy (Ph.D.)
    Description
    A two-year course of deeper philosophical study and research leading to the degree of Doctorate in Philosophy (Ph.D.)

    Requirements for admission.
    To be admitted to the Doctoral program the candidate must be:
    a. A Licentiate in Philosophy graduate from the Faculty of Philosophy or a holder of Masteral degree in Philosophy.

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    Teka. Mali pala yung list ng Ateneo faculty na na-post ko. Eto yung list ulit, inalphabetize ko na rin:

    FACULTY

    Angeles, Antonette
    Ph.D., Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

    Aurelio, Michael Stephen
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Avecilla, Anamarie
    M.A. Cand.Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Barbaza, Remmon (Chair)
    Ph.D. Philosophy, Hochschule für Philosophie - München

    Bulaong, Oscar Jr.
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Calasanz, Eduardo Jose
    Ph.D. Cand. Philosophy, Université d'Aix-en-Provence

    Capili, April
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Danker, Bro. Adrian Danker
    Ph.D. English, University of Adelaide, Australia

    David, Fr. Luis
    Ph.D. Philosophy, Boston College

    De Jesus, Roman Miguel
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    de Joya, Preciosa
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    De Schrjver, Fr. Georges
    Ph.D., Notre Dame University

    Dy, Manuel
    Ph.D. Philosophy, University of Santo Tomas

    Ferriols, Fr. Roque
    Ph.D., Fordham University

    Francisco, Fr. Jose Mario
    Ph.D. Philosophical Theology, University of California

    Garcia, Leovino Ma.
    Ph.D. Philosophy, Université Catholique de Louvain

    Guerrero, Cristina Joy
    M.A. Philosophy, Linkopinap Universitetet, Sweden

    Guevara, Geoffrey
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Gustafson, Darren
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Jacinto, Jacqueline
    M.A. Cand. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Hermida, Ranilo
    Ph. D. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Ibana, Rainier
    Ph.D. Philosophy, Fordham University

    Kaelin, Lukas
    Ph.D. Hochschule für Philosophie - München

    Lagliva, Albert
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Malbarosa, Jose Ma. Arcadio
    Ph. D. Cand. De La Salle University

    Mariano, Michael Ner
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Mariano, Pamela Joy
    M.A. Cand. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Miroy, Jovino
    Ph.D. Philosophy, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

    Paclibar, Ma. Lovelyn
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Palacios, Rowena
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Pasco, Marc Oliver
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Principe, Jesus Deogracias (Undergraduate Program Coordinator)
    Ph.D., Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

    Que, Fr. Nemesio
    Ph.D. Philosophy, Fordham University

    Rasiah, Fr. Francis Jeyaraj
    Ph.D. Philosophy, University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka

    Reyes, Ramon
    Ph.D. Philosophy, Université Catholique de Louvain

    Rodriguez, Agustin Martin
    Ph.D. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Rosario, Tomas Jr.
    Ph.D. Philosophy, University of Santo Tomas

    Seenivasan, Fr. Norris Seenivasan
    M.A. Theology, Regis College, Toronto, Canada

    Sevilla, Anton Luis
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Soh, Andrew
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Strebel, Wilhelm
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Tan, Jean Emily
    Ph. D. Cand., Loyola University of Chicago

    Thomas, Fr. Jean Francois
    Ph.D. Philosophy, La Sorbonne-Paris IV University

    Tolentino, Roy
    M.A. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Tugado, Angelli
    Ph.D. Cand. Philosophy, Ateneo de Manila University

    Uy, John Carlo
    M.A. Cand., Ateneo de Manila University

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    Anyone care to verify if the Philosophy Department is the largest in the Loyola Schools? I would not be surprised if it was.

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    Are you sure about your Ateneo faculty list? Seems really large. I'm an alumnus from class '81, and I don't recall the Philosophy faculty to comprise more than ten professors,. Also, some of the names in your list were already teaching then...Fr Ferriols (is he still alive?) and Eduardo Calasanz. Just wondering if that's an updated list.

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    KD: Marami sa list na yan, part-time faculty yata o kaya on leave.

    Pero malalaki din yata yung faculty sizes ng ibang department kagaya ng nasa Filipino at English departments nila. Malaki rin yata yung math, at siyempre yung sa school of management.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orion_1648 View Post
    Are you sure about your Ateneo faculty list? Seems really large. I'm an alumnus from class '81, and I don't recall the Philosophy faculty to comprise more than ten professors,
    It is possible. The college student population has expanded almost fourfold since that time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orion_1648 View Post
    Are you sure about your Ateneo faculty list? Seems really large. I'm an alumnus from class '81, and I don't recall the Philosophy faculty to comprise more than ten professors,. Also, some of the names in your list were already teaching then...Fr Ferriols (is he still alive?) and Eduardo Calasanz. Just wondering if that's an updated list.
    The list is from here:

    http://www.ateneo.edu/index.php?p=651

    and

    http://soh.ateneo.edu/global/system....=1216352966430

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    The Thomasian Philosophers: Benchmarking Excellence for Academic Philosophy in the Philippines

    Philosophy was one of the earliest academic programs being offered since the University was founded in 1611. Bachelor, Licentiate and Doctorate degrees in Philosophy, by that time, were given only to those who are entering for priesthood, through the Faculty of Philosophy. The study was finally opened to the laity, through the establishment of the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters on 1896, 285 years after the University’s foundation.

    Presently, the Royal, Pontifical and Catholic University of Santo Tomas offers different degrees in Philosophy through three Faculties: Bachelor (Ph.B.), Licentiate (Ph.L.) and Doctorate (Ph.D.) degrees for young men who are pursuing ecclesiastical career in the Faculty of Philosophy, which is part of the University’s Faculties of Ecclesiastical Studies (with Sacred Theology and Canon Law); Bachelor of Arts (A.B.) major in Philosophy in the Faculty of Arts and Letters; and postgraduate degrees: Master of Arts (M.A.) and Doctorate (Ph.D.) at the Graduate School. All of these Faculties give well-rounded academic formation through the Thomasian philosophy curricula that deal with the field both systematically and historically. Branches of philosophy (epistemology, metaphysics, cosmology, aesthetics, logic, ethics, theodicy) are primarily taught under the Aristotelian-Thomistic inspiration. Focus is also given in the teaching of different philosophies in the East and West, and of different ages: from the Classical, Medieval, Modern up to the Postmodern period.

    All of these Faculties are Centers of Excellence in Philosophy, as declared by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).

    http://ustphilosophy.tripod.com/index.html


    Philosophy
    Faculty of Arts and Letters


    Professors
    Romualdo E. Abulad, SVD, PhD - Associate Professorial Lecturer (on leave)
    AB (Santo Tomas), MA (Ateneo de Manila), PhD (Santo Tomas)
    Immanuel Kant, Continental Philosophy, Comparative Philosophy, Postmodernism

    Jove Jim S. Aguas, PhD - Associate Professor
    AB, PhL, MA, PhD (Santo Tomas)
    Karol Wojtyla, Martin Buber, Existential Phenomenology

    Fleurdeliz R. Altez, MA - Instructor
    AB, MA (Santo Tomas)
    Emmanuel Levinas, Personalism, Existential Phenomenology

    Marc Aldous C. Baccay, PhL - Instructor
    AB, PhL, MA Cand. (Santo Tomas)
    Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Albert Camus, Existentialism

    Emmanuel Batoon, MA - Assistant Professor
    AB, PhL, MA (Santo Tomas)
    Max Scheler, Social Theory

    Paolo A. Bolaños, MA - Instructor (on leave)
    AB, MA (Santo Tomas), MA (Brock), PhD Cand. (Macquarie)
    Friedrich Nietzsche, Gilles Deleuze, Theodor Adorno, Critical Theory, Continental Philosophy

    Alfredo P. Co, PhD - Professor
    AB, MA, PhD (Santo Tomas)
    Chinese Philosophy, Indian Philosophy, Political Philosophy, East-West Postmodern debate

    El Mithra M. de la Cruz, PhD - Associate Professorial Lecturer
    AB, MA, PhD (Santo Tomas)
    Sri Aurobindo Ghose, Indian Philosophy, Political Philosophy

    Emmanuel V. Galang, PhD - Associate Professor (on leave)
    AB, MA, PhD (Santo Tomas)
    Logic, Semantics, Cosmology

    Emerito C. Gonzales, PhL - Assistant Professor
    AB, PhL, MA Cand. (Santo Tomas)
    Max Scheler, Moral Philosophy

    Florentino H. Hornedo, PhD - Associate Professorial Lecturer
    AB (Santo Tomas), MA (St. Louis), PhD (Santo Tomas)
    Philosophy of History, Phenomenology, Structuralism, Cultural Studies

    Robert A. Montaña, MBA - Assistant Professor
    AB (Adamson), MBA (Santo Tomas)
    Political Philosophy, Thomistic Philosophy, Business Ethics

    Rogelio Obusan, MHist - Assistant Professor
    AB, MHist (Santo Tomas)
    Latin, Spanish, Moral Philosophy

    Josephine A. Pasricha, PhD - Associate Professorial Lecturer
    AB, MA, PhD (Santo Tomas)
    Advanced Aesthetics, Indian Philosophy, Continental Philosophy, Feminism

    Reynaldo A. Reyes, MA - Associate Professor
    AB (Sto. Domingo), MA (Santo Tomas)
    Thomas Aquinas, Metaphysics, Epistemology, Logic, Medieval Philosophy

    Michael Anthony C. Vasco, PhD - Professor (Coordinator for Graduate Studies)
    AB, MA, PhD (Santo Tomas)
    Nagarjuna, Buddhism, Continental Philosophy, Existentialism, Postmodernism

    Magdalena A. Villaba, PhD - Emeritus
    AB, MA, PhD (Santo Tomas)
    Indian Philosophy, Chinese Philosophy

    Roland Theuas Pada
    AB MA (Santo Tomas)
    Phenomenology, Heidegger, Derrida
    Currently in the UST-AMV

    Moses Aaron Angeles
    AB MA (Santo Tomas)
    Medieval Studies

    Jayvee Ignacio
    AB UST
    Filipino Studies, Critical Thinking, Political Philosophy

    Oscar Diamante
    MA (Santo Tomas)
    Philosophy of Science

    Rev. Fr. Richard Ang O.P.
    MA UST
    Oriental Philosophy


    UST Graduate School (Philosophy)

    Romualdo E. Abulad, SVD, PhD - Professorial Lecturer (on leave)

    AB (Santo Tomas), MA (Ateneo de Manila), PhD (Santo Tomas)

    Immanuel Kant, Continental Philosophy, Comparative Philosophy, Postmodernism


    Jove Jim S. Aguas, PhD - Professorial Lecturer

    AB, PhL, MA, PhD (Santo Tomas)

    Karol Wojtyla, Martin Buber, Existential Phenomenology



    Rodel Aligan, OP, SThD

    ThL, SThD (Santo Tomas)

    Thanatology, Philosophy of Values



    Jose Antonio Aureada, OP, SThD

    ThL, MA (Santo Tomas), SThD (Angelicum)

    Thomas Aquinas



    Alfredo P. Co, PhD - Professor

    AB, MA, PhD (Santo Tomas)

    Chinese Philosophy, Indian Philosophy, Political Philosophy, Postmodernism



    El Mithra M. de la Cruz, PhD - Associate Professorial Lecturer

    AB, MA, PhD (Santo Tomas)

    Sri Aurobindo Ghose, Indian Philosophy, Political Philosophy



    Rolando V. de la Rosa, OP, SThD, PhD

    PhD (KU Leuven)

    Hermeneutics, Philosophy of History





    Enrico Gonzales, OP, PhD
    PhD (Santo Tomas)
    Thomas Aquinas, Metaphysics



    Florentino H. Hornedo, PhD - Professorial Lecturer

    AB (Santo Tomas), MA (St. Louis), PhD (Santo Tomas)

    Philosophy of History, Phenomenology, Structuralism, Cultural Studies



    Leonardo Mercado, SVD, PhD

    PhD (Santo Tomas)

    Filipino Philosophy, Ethnophilosophy



    Melchor Montalbo, PhD

    PhL (Santo Tomas), PhD (Gregorian)

    Karol Wojtyla



    Virgilio Ojoy, OP, PhD

    SThL (Santo Tomas), PhD (KU Leuven)

    Marxism, Comparative Philosophy



    Josephine A. Pasricha, PhD - Professorial Lecturer

    AB, MA, PhD (Santo Tomas)

    Advanced Aesthetics, Indian Philosophy, Continental Philosophy, Feminism



    Michael Anthony C. Vasco, PhD - Professor (Coordinator for Graduate Studies)

    AB, MA, PhD (Santo Tomas)

    Nagarjuna, Buddhism, Continental Philosophy, Existentialism, Postmodernism



    Magdalena A. Villaba, PhD - Emeritus

    AB, MA, PhD (Santo Tomas)

    Indian Philosophy, Chinese Philosophy



    Visiting Professors:
    John Knasas, PhD
    Herwin Rhikof, S.Th.D

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    How about UP Diliman's Department of Philosophy? The dean of the College of Social Sciences and Philosophy (CSSP) is from the Philo Dept. Dapat magaling ang Philo hehe..

    I only had one Philo subject in college, Philo 1 under Lalaine Siruno. She was I believe 21 that time (I was 19 hahaha) and pretended she was a student on our first day. I googled her name and it appears she is now with University of Oslo...

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    A good read:

    http://www.kritike.org/Home.html

    KRITIKE
    An Online Journal of Philosophy


    KRITIKE is a Filipino independent, open access, peer-reviewed, and interdisciplinary journal of philosophy founded by a group of University of Santo Tomas alumni. The journal seeks to publish articles and book reviews by local and international authors across the whole range of philosophical topics, but with special emphasis on Continental Philosophy, Analytic Philosophy, and East-West Comparative Philosophy. The journal primarily caters to works by academic philosophers and graduate students, but contributions by undergraduate students are also welcomed.

    With the view that there is a continuing increase in the use of the internet as medium of research by scholars and students of philosophy, KRITIKE is made available online and is free to anyone who wishes to use it. Articles are downloadable individually as PDF files and old issues are archived for future retrieval. The journal is listed in the Philippine Journals Online website managed by the International Network for the Availability of Scientific Publications. KRITIKE is indexed in the Directory of Open Access Journals, Asia Journals Online, and the Open Science Directory of EBSCO Information Services.

    The word kritike is Greek from the verb krinein, which means to discern. Hence, kritike means the art of discerning or the art of critical analysis. Every form of philosophizing (Continental, Analytic, or Eastern) is, in one way or another, a "critique" of something. Being critical, therefore, is an attitude common to all philosophical traditions. Indeed, the meaning of philosophy is critique and to be philosophical is to be critical.

    KRITIKE is a biannual journal published in June and December of each year.

    ISSN 1908-7330

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    during my time, there was no female faculty member at the philo dept at UP Diliman; so claimed the teachers and students. reason: women can't think rationally (sabay ilag.)

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    *** professor q sa humanities, member ng kritike. ang galing mag english at magturo, nd nkakasawa titigan kc maganda **. she is Ms. Ada Marella Mancenido... enjoy buong batch namin sa teachings nya.. very humble at smart kc. friendly pa..

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    The faculty roster of UP Department of Philosophy is one of the best in the country.

    THE PHILOSOPHY DEPARTMENT FACULTY

    JERWIN F. AGPAOA
    Instructor, Philosophy
    Specialization : Logic, Ethics

    ALLEN ANDREW A. ALVAREZ, M.A.
    Assistant Professor, Philosophy
    Specialization : Bioethics, Philosophy of Reasoning

    JOSE ULYSSES T. ARAÑA, M.A.
    Assistant Professor, Philosophy
    Specialization : Ethical theory, Practical Reasoning, Philosophy of Language

    KARITSA ANIKA C. AREVALO
    Instructor, Philosophy
    Specialization : Social and Political Philosophy, Ethics, Philosophy for Children

    ROMULO T. BAÑARES JR., M.A.
    Assistant Professor, Philosophy
    Specialization : Epistemology, Modern Philosophy, Hume, Analytic Philosophy

    VENERANDO F. CAGUISANO, M.A.
    Assistant Professor, Philosophy
    Specialization : History of Philosophy, Epistemology, Logic, Philosophy of Education, Philosophy of Buddhism

    BERNARDO N. CASLIB, JR.
    Instructor, Philosophy
    Specialization : Philosophical Analysis, Ancient Philosophy

    LEONARDO D. DE CASTRO, Ph.D.
    Professor, Philosophy
    Specialization : Ethical Theory, Bioethics, Philosophy of Medicine, Philosophy of Religion

    AGERICO M. DE VILLA, M.A.
    Associate Professor, Philosophy
    Specialization : Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Language, Logic, Political Philosophy

    EMMANUEL Q. FERNANDO, DPhil
    Professor, Philosophy
    Specialization : Logic, Philosophy of Law, Ethics, Business Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy

    GERALD PIO M. FRANCO, M.A.
    Assistant Professor, Philosophy
    Specialization : Logic and Metaphysics

    EARL STANLEY B. FRONDA, Ph.D.
    Associate Professor, Philosophy
    Specialization : Philosophy of Religion, Philosophy of Language, Contemporary Philosophy, Ethical Theory, Wittgenstein

    ZOSIMO E. LEE, Ph.D.
    Professor, Philosophy
    Specialization: Social and Political Philosophy, Ethics, Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, Kant, Wittgenstein, Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Education, Philosophy for Children

    DAN REYNALD R. MAGAT, M.A.
    Professor, Philosophy
    Specialization : Contemporary Philosophy, Philosophy of Language, Hermeneutics, Filipino Philosophy

    RENATO B. MANALOTO, M.A.
    Assistant Professor, Philosophy
    Specialization : Philosophy of Religion, Pilosopiyang Filipino, Existentialism, Philosophy of Law

    LUMBERTO G. MENDOZA
    Instructor, Philosophy
    Specialization : Kant, Wittgenstein, Ethics, Philosophy for Children

    PERSEVILLE U. MENDOZA, M.A.
    Assistant Professor, Philosophy
    Specialization : Aesthetics, Biomedical Ethics, Contemporary Philosophy

    LIZA RUTH A. OCAMPO, Ph.D.
    Assistant Professor, Philosophy
    Specialization : Medieval Philosophy, Social and Political Philosophy

    ARMANDO C. OCHANGCO, Ph.D.
    Associate Professor, Philosophy and Professorial Lecturer, Economics
    Specialization : Philosophy of Science, Methodology of Economics, History of Political Economy, Economic Philosophy, Ethics and Economics, Social and Political Philosophy, International Political Economy

    MA. THERESA T. PAYONGAYONG, M.A.
    Assistant Professor, Philosophy
    Specialization : Feminist Philosophy, Ethics

    ARTURO M. PEREZ, Ph.D.
    Associate Professor, Philosophy
    Specialization : Philosophy of language, Epistemology and Metaphysics, Philosophy of Mind, Asian Philosophy

    JEREMIAH A. REYES, M.A.
    Instructor, Philosophy
    Specialization : Kierkegaard, Philosophy of Language

    CIRIACO M. SAYSON JR., Ph.D.
    Associate Professor, Philosophy
    Specialization : Ancient Philosophy, Metaphysics, Ethics, Logic

    LALAINE H. SIRUNO, M.A.
    Assistant Professor, Philosophy
    Specialization : Ethics / Bioethics, Phenomenology and Existentialism

    RUBICON R. SOBERANO, M.A.
    Assistant Professor, Philosophy
    Specialization : Logic, Mathematical Logic, Philosophy of Science, Analytic Philosophy

    PETER A. SY, M.A.
    Associate Professor, Philosophy
    Specialization : Bioethics, Philosophy of Technology, Logic

    ROBERTO D. TANGCO, M.A.
    Associate Professor, Philosophy
    Specialization : Epistemology, Philippine Studies, Social and Political Philosophy

    SARAH JANE C. TOLEDANO
    Assistant Professor, Philosophy
    Specialization : Ethics / Bioethics, Philosophy for Children

    ISIDRO MANUEL C. VALERO, M.A.
    Assistant Professor, Philosophy
    Specialization : Meta-ethics, Medieval Philosophy, Modern Philosophy, Analytic Philosophy, Contemporary Philosophy, Philosophy for Children, Philosophy of Language

    SAMUEL P. VERA CRUZ, M.A.
    Associate Professor, Philosophy
    Specialization : Epistemology, Philosophy of Science

    JEANETTE L. YASOL-NAVAL, M.A.
    Assistant Professor, Philosophy
    Specialization : Environmental Ethics


    PART-TIME FACULTY (Lecturer)

    LUIS S. DAVID, Ph.D.
    Professorial Lecturer, Philosophy

    FRANCIS JULIUS N. EVANGELISTA, Ph.D.
    Lecturer, Philosophy
    Specialization : Philosophy of Religion, Ethics, Philosophy of Education

    http://web.kssp.upd.edu.ph/philo/faculty.htm

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    1- University of the Philippines Diliman
    2- University of the Philippines Los Banos
    4- Ateneo de Manila University
    5- De La Salle University- Manila

    nothing follows.....

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    (2) UP-Diliman
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