Gregory Schufreider

GREGORY SCHUFREIDER ( gschufr [at] lsu [dot] edu ) DIRECTOR OF PHILOSOPHY AND GRADUATE STUDIES B.A. Northwestern University (1969); M.A., Ph.D. University of California, Santa Barbara (1975). He teaches primarily in areas of the History of Philosophy, Recent Continental Philosophy and the Philosophy of Art. He also teaches courses in the philosophy of film. His research has centered especially on Heidegger and he is at work on a book-length study of his thought. His publications include An Introduction to Anselm's Argument, Temple University Press, 1978; "The Metaphysician as Poet-Magician," Metaphilosophy, 1979; "Art and the Problem of Truth," Man and World, 1981; "Heidegger on Community," Man and World, 1981; "The Logic of the Absurd," Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 1983; "Overpowering the Center: Three Compositions by Modrian," JAAC, 1985; "Heidegger Contribution to a Phenomenology of Culture," 1986; and most recently, Confessions of a Rational Mystic: Anselm's Early Writings, Purdue University Series in the History of Philosophy, 1994

Bibliography from Purdue University Press