William A. Frank

William A. Frank, professor of philosophy, has taught at the University of Dallas since fall 1986. Among his special interests and competencies he counts the history of medieval philosophy, Duns Scotus, metaphysics, the philosophy of education, and contemporary Catholic philosophy.

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On Behalf of Natural Hope

Recent discussions of the American bishops’ pastoral on peace and nuclear weapons have left unsaid what most bothers me about it. The document calls for a new order in the political world. Yet in the process of making its point the proposal presumes the current political initiatives bode an empty future. The rhetoric of a … Read more

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