Steven Frankel "is currently writing a book on the philosophy of Spinoza"

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Aldus is te lezen in de laatste zin van zijn pagina bij de Xavier University waar hij filosofieprofessor
is. Wegens enige teksten die ik van hem tegenkwam, lijkt het me nuttig hier
e.e.a. over hem bijeen te brengen. Op Google en Academia.edu wordt hij
'weggedrukt’ door een naamgenoot van het California Institute of Technology of
door een psychiater met dezelfde naam. Hoe dan ook, ik kwam nergens een publicatielijst
van hem tegen, maar kon wel aardig wat vinden.


Elders op de website van Xavier University staat te lezen: “Professor Steven Frankel received his Ph.D.
from the Committee on Social Thought at the University of Chicago in 1997. Upon
graduation, Professor Frankel joined the faculty at the American University of
Paris, where he received the Board of Trustees Award for Distinguished Teaching
in 2001. In 2003, Professor Frankel moved to Xavier where he teaches for the
Department of Philosophy and Philosophy, Politics, and the Public (PPP). 
At Xavier, he established an international exchange program with
Marne-la-Vallée University in Paris and a summer study program with L'Institut
Thomas More.


Professor Frankel's
scholarly work focuses on the relationship between philosophy and
religion.  He work has appeared in over a dozen journals including
the Review of Metaphysics, Interpretation, Archiv für Geshichte der
Philosophie, The Review of Politics, International Philosophical Quarterly,
Teaching Philosophy
, and the Journal of Jewish Thought and
Philosophy
. He is currently at work on two books: a guide to French
intellectual and cultural life and an introduction to the philosophy of
Spinoza. [Cf.] [Over cursussen die hij gaf zie hier]