Erik Sorem, Ph.D.Adjunct Professor
Erik Sorem, Ph.D., is an adjunct professor of philosophy in the Department of Theology and Philosophy. His philosophical interests are in the philosophy of mind, ancient and medieval philosophy, philosophy of science, philosophy of religion, and the history of philosophy. His current research projects include completing two articles for publication: “Beyond the Physics of Time: An Analysis of Time as Being,” and “Apophatic Theology as a Philosophically Satisfying Way to Conceive the Nature of God.” Sorem is also co-authoring a book with Rico Vitz, Ph.D., on philosophy and the patristics. Having returned from living in Ireland, Sorem now resides in Garden Grove with his loving wife, Melissa.
EducationPh.D., Philosophy, University College Dublin (2011)
M.A., Philosophy, University College Dublin (2005)
B.A., Liberal Arts, Thomas Aquinas College (2003)
- School of Theology
- Undergraduate: Department of Theology & Philosophy