Robert C. Neville
Professor of Philosophy, Religion, and Theology
Ph.D., Yale University
- STH 334
Interests: Metaphysics, Philosophy of Religion, Philosophical Theology, Ethics, Political Theory, American Philosophy, Modern Philosophy, Comparative Philosophy
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Robert Neville has taught at Yale University, Fordham University, The State University of New York College at Purchase, and the State University of New York at Stony Brook.
He is the author of:
God the Creator (1968, 1992)
The Cosmology of Freedom (1974, 1995)
Soldier, Sage, Saint (1978)
Creativity and God (1980)
Reconstruction of Thinking (1981)
The Tao and the Daimon(1982)
The Puritan Smile (1987)
Recovery of the Measure (1989)
Behind the Masks of God (1991)
A Theology Primer (1991)
The High Road around Modernism (1992)
Eternity and Time’s Flow (1993)
Normative Cultures (1995)
The Truth of Broken Symbols (1996)
The God Who Beckons (1999)
Boston Confucianism (2000)
Symbols of Jesus (2001)
Religion in Late Modernity (2002)
Preaching the Gospel Without Easy Answers (2005)
The Scope and Truth of Theology (2006)
Ritual and Deference: Extending Chinese Philosophy in a Comparative Context (2008)
Realism in Religion (2009)
Dr. Neville has published many articles and critical reviews in philosophy and religious studies.
Professor Neville has been president of the Metaphysical Society of America, the International Society for Chinese Philosophy, and the American Academy of Religion, and has served on the boards of these and other professional societies in philosophy and religion.
Dr. Neville teaches graduate courses in metaphysics, American philosophy, continental rationalism, philosophy of religion, and in various topics of theology, especially comparative (Chinese-Christian) theology.