Dr. Daniel Dwyer
- Associate Professor, Philosophy
First Year at Xavier University:
- Ph.D. ( Catholic University of America)
Husserl, phenomenology, contemporary continental philosophy
Daniel Dwyer is associate professor of philosophy. He specializes in the areas of Husserl, phenomenology, and contemporary continental philosophy. He is especially interested in the problem of perception as it arises in the debate about conceptual content. He has published articles in journals such as Husserl Studies, Continental Philosophy Review, and Idealistic Studies. Recently Dwyer has undertaken a study of the late Merleau-Ponty’s unfinished and unpublished manuscripts in The Visible and the Invisible.
Dwyer regularly offers courses such as 20th Century Continental Philosophy, Existential Phenomenology, Phenomenology of Perception, Postmodern Philosophy, and Contemporary French Philosophy.
- BA, University of Notre Dame, 1993, senior thesis under Alasdair MacIntyre
- Graduate coursework, Princeton University, 1993-1995
- Jacob Javits fellow, 1995-2001
- Richard Weaver fellow, 1993-94
- M.A., The Catholic University of America, 1997
- Ph.D., The Catholic University of America, 2001, under the direction of Robert Sokolowski: “Reason and Rational Freedom in the late Husserl: Towards an Epistemology of Authenticity”