Sean Mulrooney

Sean Mulrooney

B.A.; M.A.; Ph.D.

Lecturer, Philosophy

Teaching Level: Basic Degree
Specializations: Philosophy
Departments:
Theological

sean.mulrooney@utoronto.ca
Room 316; ext. 269

Sean received his Ph.D. in philosophy from University of Toronto sometime in the late 20th century.  As well as being the director of the Master of Theological Studies (First Studies focus), he teaches courses in philosophy and spirituality at Regis College and St. Augustine’s Seminary.

  • Research Interests and Expertise

    • History of Philosophy
    • Ethics and Human Nature
    • Henri Nouwen
    • Academic Skills: reading, writing, speaking, small group discussions
    • Indigenous Studies

  • Courses

    • RGT2711H Introduction to Early Modern Philosophy
    • RGT2726H Revolutions in 19th Century Thought
    • RGT2891H Injustices in Canada Today
    • RGP3641H Ministry and the Spiritual Life with Henri Nouwen as Guide
    • SAT2705H Introduction to Philosophical Anthropology
    • SAT2706H Introduction to Metaphysics
    • SAT2707H Introduction to Moral Philosophy
    • SAT2715H Introduction to Epistemology

  • Currently Teaching

    • RGP3641H Ministry and the Spiritual Life with Henri Nouwen as Guide
    • SAT2705H Introduction to Philosophical Anthropology
    • SAT2707H Introduction to Moral Philosophy