Program Director, Center for Philosophy of Religion
Adjunct Professor of Philosophy
University of Notre Dame
Dr. Joshua Seachris is the author of articles on a range of topics, including the problem of evil, Confucius and virtue, the meaning of life, and death. He is the editor of Exploring the Meaning of Life: An Anthology and Guide (Wiley-Blackwell, 2012), and co-editor (with Stewart Goetz) of God and Meaning: New Essays (Bloomsbury Academic, 2016). He is currently working on three book projects: What is this thing called the Meaning of Life (co-authored with Stewart Goetz) (forthcoming with Routledge), What Makes Life Meaningful? (co-authored with Thaddeus Metz) (forthcoming with Routledge as part of a new philosophical debates series), and a monograph tentatively titled What is the Meaning of Life? De-Mystifying Our Ultimate Question.