Philosophia Taught in Latin

Gualterius Redmond

I cordially invite anyone interested in philosophy and Latin to take part in my courses on philosophy, taught in Latin. Future courses will be posted on this website.

I have previously taught these courses in Latin: “Introduction to Philosophy”, “Current-Traditional Logic”, and “Theological Philosophy” or “God and logic” (syllabi are available).

Syllabi - Deus et Logica Logica Classica

Classes are conducted in Latin.  Students receive a complete text, written by me in Latin.

I am also seeking further opportunities to teach philosophy in Latin: I could offer one or more (temporary) courses at the university level.


English-Latin Vocabulary:



  • I have recently taught philosophy in Latin in the United States, Latin America, and Germany (as well as in English, Spanish, and German).  I have published eight articles in Latin on philosophy in seven countries.
  • My areas of interest are logic, the history of logic, and philosophy of religion, Renaissance scholasticism. I am especially concerned to relate past philosophy (including scholasticism) to current trends (“phenomenological”, “analytic”...). 


  • En libri recentissimi: El albedrío (apud Universitatem Navarram, Hispaniae editum), meditatio de libero arbitrio a saeculo XVI ad nostros dies disserto. La lógica del Siglo de Oro (apud Universitatem Navarram), tractatio de logica in saeculis XVI-XVII docta.  Lógica simbólica para todos (Mexici editum).  Knowledge and Faith et Potency and Act, versiones operum Erkenntnis und Glaube et Potenz und Akt ab Edith Stein compositorum (per Institutum Studiorum Carmelitanorum, Vasintoniae, edita).
  • Aliqui nuperi commentarii: “A Nothing that Is/ Edith Stein on Being Without Essence” (American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly), “Self-Awareness in Colonial Latin American Philosophy” (Jahrbuch für Geschichte Lateinamerikas, Universitatis Hamburgensis). “Meditatio de “erroribus” Tertiae Viae/ Falliturne sanctus Thomas?” (Theologie und Glaube, Padernbornae, atque Aquinas, Universitatis Lateranensis). “Das ontologische Argument: Res, Sachverhalte und mögliche Welten” (Aletheia, apud Academiam Philosophiae, Lichesteni). “Conscience as Moral Judgment: The Probabilist Blending of the Logics of Knowledge and Responsibility,” Journal of Religious Ethics.


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