- BA, Bishop’s University
- MA, University of Toronto
- PhD, University of Toronto
Paul Gooch’s research interests include ancient philosophy, especially Plato’s Socrates (ethics and moral psychology, esp. human appetites); philosophy of religion (esp. the problem of evil and theodicy, ethics, philosophical issues in biblical studies).
Ancient Philosophy, Ethics, Philosophy of Religion
- Course Correction: a Map for the Distracted University (UofT Press 2019)
- “Conscience and the voice of God: Faithful Discernment.” (2016)
- “Faithful Knowing.” (2012)
- “Paul, The Mind of Christ, and Philosophy” (2009)
- “Law and Obedience in a Democratic Society: Some Lessons from Socrates and Jesus” (2000)
- “Plato on Philosophy and Money” (2000)
- Reflections on Jesus and Socrates: Word and Silence (Yale University Press 1996)
- “A Mind to Love; Friends and Lovers in Ancient Greek Philosophy” (1995)
- Partial Knowledge: Philosophical Studies in Paul (Univ of Notre Dame Press 1987)
Visit Paul Gooch’s publications on the Philosophy Faculty Bookshelf.