Assistant Professor of Philosophy
Dr. Schulz joined the department in 2009-2010. He holds a Bachelor's degree in English Literature and Philosophy from the University of Nebraska at Kearney and a Ph.D. in Philosophy fropm Marquette University.
His doctoral dissertation -- "Friendship and Loyalty: An Historical and Critical Survey" -- examines the role of trust and presumption in the theories of some of the great philosophers.
Among his publications are articles in the American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly and Essays in Philosophy. He serves as editor of The Maritain Notebook for the American Maritain Association.
Dr. Schulz teaches Catholic sexual ethics in the marriage preparation program of the Diocese of Allentown and, along with his wife, also teaches courses in natural family planning through the Couple to Couple League.
Courses Currently Taught at DSU:
- PL 109 - Philosophical Thinking
- PL 355 - The Republic of Plato