Michael Winter

Professor of Philosophy

University of St. Thomas

"As any good teacher knows, the methods of instruction and the range of material covered are matters of small importance as compared with the success in arousing the natural curiosity of the students and stimulating their interest in exploring on their own. What the student learns passively will be quickly forgotten. What students discover for themselves when their natural curiosity and creative impulses are aroused not only will be remembered but will be the basis for further exploration and inquiry and perhaps significant intellectual contributions."-- Noam Chomsky; "Language and Problems of Knowledge"

 

Fall 2014

Epistemology

Introductory Ethics

Introductory Ethics (Honors)

 

 

Other Courses

Logic

Philosophy of the Human Person

Advanced Ethical Theory

Ancient Philosophy

 

E-mail me at mjwinter@stthomas.edu