Mulrooney, Sean
Sean Mulrooney

PhD (Toronto)

sean.mulrooney@utoronto.ca | 416-922-5474 ext 269

Bio

Sean received his PhD 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.

Specializations

  • History of Philosophy
  • Ethics and Human Nature
  • Henri Nouwen
  • Indigenous Studies
  • Academic Skills: reading, writing, speaking, small group discussions
Teaching Level(s) College(s) Status
Basic Degree
St. Augustine's Seminary
Regis College
Regular Faculty

Current Courses

Course Code Course Name Semester
SAT2715HS Introduction to Epistemology Second Semester
SAT2706HS Introduction to Metaphysics Second Semester
RGT2726HS Revolutions in 19th-Century European Thought
RGT2891HF Injustices in Canada Today First Semester
SAT2707HF Introduction to Moral Philosophy First Semester
SAT2705HF Introduction to Philosophical Anthropology First Semester