LOUISE CARROLL KEELEY
Professor of Philosophy (1983)
Department of Philosophy
B.A., Marquette University; Philosophy/English, 1974
Ph.D., Boston College; Philosophy, 1983
Ph.D. Thesis Title: “Nietzsche’s Concept of Happiness”
Sample of Courses Taught
Undegraduate: God and the Philosophers, Love and Friendship, Contemporary Women in Philosophy
Sample of Publications
Keeley, L.C. “Loving ‘No One,’ Loving Everyone: the Work of Love in Recollecting One Dead in Kierkegaard’s Works of Love.” Ed. Robert Perkins. International Kierkegaard Commentary 16 (1999): 211-248.
Keeley, L.C. “Spiritual Trial in the Thought of Kierkegaard.” Ed. Robert Perkins. International Kierkegaard Commentary 12 (1996): 307-328.
Keeley, l.C. “The Parables of Problem Three in Kierkegaard’s Fear and Trembling.” Ed. Robert Perkins. International Kierkegaard Commentary 6 (1993): 127-154.
Sample of Presentations
“Subjectivity and World in Works of Love.” Fifth International Conference on Kierkegaard as a Religious Thinker, Howard and Edna Hong Kierkegaard Library, St. Olaf’s College, Northfield, MXN, 1988
“The Text that Sets the Context.” The Pulse Institute, Boston College, MA, 1986
“Affliction and the Works of Love.” The Pulse Institute, Boston College, MA, 1985