Anthony Andres, Ph.D.

Anthony Andres is a member of the teaching faculty of Thomas Aquinas College in Santa Paula, California, where he previously received his B.A. in Liberal Arts.  Before returning to his Alma Mater to teach, he pursued a Ph.D. in Philosophy under the instruction of Dr. Ralph McInerny at the University of Notre Dame, and he was an Associate Professor of Philosophy at Christendom College, spending two of his fourteen years there as the Chair of the Philosophy department.  He has written many articles; among them are several for The Aquinas Review, including: “St. Thomas on the Argument of the Proslogion,” “The Place of Conversion in Aristotelian Logic,” and “Aristotle and the Conventional Logicians on the Fourth Figure.”