The doctoral program in philosophy at Loyola University Chicago is strongly pluralistic. Our large size enables us to have professionally active faculty in the areas of continental, analytic, and history of philosophy. All graduate students are required to take at least two seminars in continental philosophy and two seminars in analytic philosophy. Full-time faculty working in some area of continental include John Bannan, Ardis Collins, Andrew Cutrofello, Patricia Huntington, David Ingram, Hugh Miller, Adriaan Peperzak, David Schweickart, and Jacqueline Scott. Research strengths include Kant and German idealism, Heidegger, Levinas, critical theory, feminist philosophy and poststructuralism.