Paul Blaschko

Assistant Teaching Professor; Director, Sheedy Family Program in Economy, Enterprise, and Society

Paul Blaschko
103 Malloy Hall

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University of St. Thomas, BA 2010
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, MA 2013

Research Interest

Epistemology, Ethics, Action Theory

I'm a philosopher, educator, and author.

I’m an assistant teaching professor philosophy at the university of Notre Dame, where I teach courses I’ve designed on big questions and the philosophy of work. I recently co-authored a book published by Penguin Press about how philosophy can help us live better lives. I now direct a program in Notre Dame’s College of Arts and Letters devoted to exploring how the humanities can help us find meaning in work. And I consult with professors across the country about how to create better, more innovative philosophy courses.

My favorite philosopher is Elizabeth Anscombe.