Professor Timothy J. Chatman

Tim spent a year at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and completed his master’s degree in Philosophy at the Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis with a thesis on Nietzsche’s philosophical method. He has a special interest in constructive responses to difference and diversity and how philosophy can contribute to a more flourishing society. The courses he teaches include Introduction to Philosophy (regular and honors sections), Critical Thinking, Cultural Diversity, History of Modern Philosophy, Contemporary Philosophy, and Philosophy of Religion. He is currently working on a Ph.D. in Religion (Philosophy of Religion and Theology) at Claremont Graduate University. At Cerritos College, he is an advisor to the Philosophy Club and founded the Grupo de Filosofía en Español (GFE), which read and discussed texts in both English and Spanish. Tim has also been admitted to The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Philosophy as a Way of Life Project at the University of Notre Dame.