Joseph Koterski, a professor of philosophy at Fordham University, has died.
Dr. Koterski, a Jesuit priest, worked on topics in Catholic philosophy and the history of philosophy, especially Medieval philosophy. He was editor-in-chief of International Philosophical Quarterly. You can browse some of his publications here. He also worked as the master of one of Fordham’s residential colleges for two decades, serving as an academic adviser and counselor for first-year students.
Dr. Koterski joined the Fordham Faculty in 1992. He previously taught at Loyola College in Baltimore and the University of St. Thomas in Houston. He earned his Ph.D. from Saint Louis University and was an undergraduate at Xavier University in Cincinnati.
He died of a heart attack on August 9th.
Fordham has posted an obituary here.