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Rico Vitz

Professor and Chair
Department of Philosophy
Azusa Pacific University

Executive Vice President-Treasurer
The Hume Society
E-mail: vicepresident@humesociety.org



Bio

RICO VITZ is Professor and Chair of the Department of Philosophy at Azusa Pacific University and serves as the Executive Vice President-Treasurer of the Hume Society. He is the author of Reforming the Art of Living: Nature, Virtue, and Religion in Descartes’s Epistemology, co-editor of The Ethics of Belief: Individual and Social, and the editor of Turning East: Contemporary Philosophers and the Ancient Christian Faith. His work has appeared in The Oxford Handbook of David Hume, Journal of the History of Philosophy, American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly (forthcoming), The Modern Schoolman, Journal of Philosophical Research, Hume Studies, and Christian Bioethics. He recently served as a guest editor for Res Philosophica and was a Research Fellow at Biola University's Center for Christian Thought.


News and Notes

  • "The Divine Energies and the 'End of Human Life'" (with Marissa Espinoza), forthcoming in the American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly
  • An interview with Tudor Petcu for Studia Humana (2015).  
  • Res Philosophica 92:3 (2015): "Moral and Religious Themes in Humean Philosophy"
  • Reforming the Art of Living (Springer), now in print (15 Nov 2014)
  • The Ethics of Belief (OUP), now in print (14 Aug 2014)
  • An interview with "Conversations on Orthodoxy" about Turning East (4 Jan 2014)