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Website Review: Alfred J. Freddoso

A review based on: http://www3.nd.edu/~afreddos

Description

This is the home page of Alfred J. Freddoso, John and Jean Oesterle Professor of Thomistic Studies and Director of Undergraduate Studies in Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame. This site contains some information that is of interest only to his current students, but there is also much valuable material that is of general interest. Professor Freddoso makes available his class notes and handouts for fourteen of his courses, from an Introduction to Philosophy class to an advanced course on Causality. There are also a number of his works, both published and unpublished, as well as some good links. Since this is a personal site which expresses the interests of its creator, it is not exclusively Catholic in focus. It also includes links to Dr. Freddoso's secular interests.

Review Ratings what do these ratings mean?

First Evaluated: 04/13/1999; Last Updated: 01/27/2014

  1. Fidelity: Excellent
  2. Resources: Good
  3. Useability: Excellent

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Categories

Culture > Philosophy
Culture > Education

More Information

Alfred J. Freddoso
100 Malloy Hall
Notre Dame, IN 46556
USA
afreddos@gmail.com

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