Paul Kidder, PhD
Building/Room: Casey 430-05
Dr. Kidder received his Ph.D. in Philosophy from Boston College in 1987 and joined the Seattle University faculty in 1989. He specializes in metaphysics, Continental philosophy, philosophy of art and architecture, and ethics, including ethics in urban affairs. He is author of Minoru Yamasaki and the Fragility of Architecture and Gadamer for Architects, both published by Routledge. His recent courses include "Democracy and the Humanities," "Philosophy of Art," "Existentialism," "Faith and Reason in Global Context," "Crises in Contemporary Thought," and "Major Ethical Debates."