Víctor Velarde-Mayol, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Philosophical Theology, earned an M.D. from the University of Navarra and University of Bilbao, Spain; an A.B.D. in Theology from the University of Navarra; and a Ph.D. from the University of Madrid. His doctoral dissertation is titled “The Theory of Objects.” He has taught Philosophy since 1986 and has taught at Seton Hall University since 1999. In addition to being a professor for the School of Theology, Victor is also an associate professor for Seton Hall-Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine. Dr. Velarde-Mayol’s areas of specialization are Metaphysics; the Philosophy of St. Thomas Aquinas, Thomism; Philosophy of Mind/Epistemology; and Phenomenology. Among his classes are Contemporary Philosophy, Philosophical Psychology, Philosophy of Nature, Philosophy of Being and Philosophy of God. In addition to numerous articles, his publications include six books: La Estructura Psicológica en Ética y Estética (Editorial Universidad y Empresa, 1989); La Teoría del Objeto en Alexius von Meinong (Publicaciones de la Universidad de Madrid, 1991); On Brentano. Intentionality and Consciousness (Wadsworth, 1999); On Husserl. Phenomenon and Consciousness (Wadsworth, 2000); On Fodor. The Language of Thought Hypothesis (Wadsworth, 2001); and Being and Object (Ser y Objeto: Estudios sobre la Teoría del Objeto en Meinong) (Editorial Síntesis, 2016).
- M.D., University of Navarra and University of Bilbao
- A.B.D., University of Navarra
- Ph.D., University of Madrid