Dr. Thaddeus Kozinski
Academic Dean and Associate Professor of Philosophy and Humanities
B.SC. (Comprehensive Science), Villanova University; M.LA. (Liberal Arts), St. John’s College Graduate Institute; Ph.D. (Philosophy), The Catholic University of America
Dr. Kozinski is Academic Dean and Associate Professor of Philosophy and Humanities at Wyoming Catholic College. He has taught philosophy, humanities, trivium, and theology at Wyoming Catholic for eight years. Dr. Kozinski has served as Academic Dean of Campion College in Sydney, Australia, Adjunct Professor of Philosophy for Christendom College, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Our Lady Seat of Wisdom Academy in Barry’s Bay, Ontario, Instructor in Philosophy and Ethics for the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth, and Graduate Professor of Philosophy for Holy Apostles College and Seminary. Previous to teaching undergraduates, he was first Assistant Headmaster and Director of Curriculum for The Montfort Academy, a Great Books Catholic preparatory school in Westchester, New York, and a teacher at Seton School in Manassas, VA. A Fellow of the Adler-Aquinas Institute, he is particularly dedicated to Thomistic thought and its relation to modernity, and is widely published in academic and popular journals. He is the author of The Political Problem of Religious Pluralism: And Why Philosophers Can’t Solve It, and a forthcoming book of essays on Liberalism vs. Logos: Modernity as Apocalypse, and is widely published in academic and popular journals, including Telos, The Political Science Reviewer, First Things,Modern Age,ABC Religion and Ethics, and The Imaginative Conservative.