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Eric J. Mohr, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Philosophy

About Eric J. Mohr

Dr. Eric Mohr started at Saint Vincent College in 2014. In addition to teaching in the Philosophy Department, he is the Director of the Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts program, and he coordinates programming for students undeclared in their major. Dr. Mohr lives in Pittsburgh's East End with his wife and three children.

Education

Ph.D., Duquesne University

M.A., Duquesne University

B.A., Franciscan University

Courses

19th/20th Century Philosophy

Modern Philosophy

Ethics and Technology

Love, Dignity, and Justice

Listening Seminar

Research Interests

Dr. Eric Mohr specializes in moral and critical phenomenology and personalism. He researches philosophies of the person, love, and value with a particular focus on the work of twentieth-century German philosopher, Max Scheler. He is secretary of the Max Scheler Society of North America and co-editor of *The Legacies of Max Scheler*(Marquette University Press, 2023) and *Misters Rogers and Philosophy* (Open Court, 2020).

Selected Publications

E. Mohr, "Through Windows of Love and Hatred: A Critical Phenomenology of Dehumanization," in *Phenomenologies of Love* (Brill, 2023).

E. Mohr, "The Value of Individuality: Scheler's Anti-Metaphysical Personalism," in *Legacies of Max Scheler* (Marquette, 2023).

E. Mohr, "Mixing Fire and Water: Towards a Critical Phenomenology," in *Phenomenology for the Twenty-First Century* (Palgrave, 2016).