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Philosophy Department

Reverend Andrew Fabian, OP, Ph.L.
Andrew Fabian
Mission Enhancement - La Sallian Scholar in Residence

(507) 457-1539
afabian@smumn.edu

Reverend Andrew C. Fabian is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at Saint Mary's University of Minnesota.

Areas of interest include: Metaphysics, Logic, Contemporary Ethical Issues, Business Ethics, and philosophy of Aquinas. In addition to teaching philosophy, Fr. Fabian serves as an academic and spiritual advisor in the Saint Mary's community and serves as chaplain in the local community.

Courses Taught Recently at SMU
Logic
Contemporary Ethical Issues
Philosophy of the Person
Business Ethics
Metaphysics

Professional Organizations
American Association of Universities Professors
American Catholic Philosophical Association
American Citizens Concerned For Life
American Philosophical Association
American Society for Value Inquiry
Association for the Continuing of Studies in Enthics and the World of Business
Delta Epsilon Sigma
Institute of Society, Ethics and the Life Sciences: The Hastings Center
Minnesota Philosophical Assocation
National Catholic Education Association
National Right to Life Organization
Phi Sigma Phi
Society of Christian Philosophers


Th.L., Aquinas Institute of Theology, Dubuque, IA, 1957
Ph.L., Aquinas Institute of Philosophy, River Forest, IL, 1953
B.A., Providence College, Providence, Rhode Island, 1947

Teaching Experience
1978 to Present: Associate Professor of Philosophy, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota, Winona, MN
1968-1978: Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota, Winona, MN
1964-1968: Instructor, Department of Philosophy, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota, Winona, MN
1962-1964: Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, Loras College
1957-1962: Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, DePaul University

Other Professional Experience
Member, Delta Epsilon Sigma Selection Committee
Member, Tomorrow's Leadership Scholarship Committee
Member, Committee of Evaluation of Students Aspiring to Healing Professions
Chaplain, Christian Brothers Community
Chaplain, Serra Club of Winona
Chaplain, Saint Thomas More Chapel
Chaplain, Tau Center, Franciscan Center
Chaplain, Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, Winona, MN
Chaplain, St. Casimir's Parish, Winona, MN
Chaplain, Holy Rosary Parish, Minneapolis, MN
Chaplain, Saint Albert the Great Parish, Minneapolis, MN

Honors
Carnegie Institute in 20th Century Analytic Philosophy, Notre Dame University, South Bend, IN
Carnegie Institute in Philosophy of Religion, Notre Dame University, South Bend, IN
Conference on the Changing Role of Business in Society, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO
Conference on the Changing Role of Business in Society, University of California, Los Angeles, CA

Publications
Translated into Latin for the Dominican International Headquarters, Rome, the Proceeding of the L974 Provincial Convention of the Dominican Providence of St. Albert the Great, U.S.A.