Ray Belliotti

Dr. Raymond Angelo Belliotti
Distinguished Teaching Professor of Philosophy
SUNY Fredonia.
Ph.D. University of Miami
J.D. Harvard Law School.

Office: Fenton 289 (Office Hours)
Office Phone: 3837
E-Mail: Use this formula - Firstname.Lastname@fredonia.edu
Belliotti

Research Interests
Philosophy of Law, Ethics, Social & Political Philosophy

Books
Roman Philosophy and the Good Life
Justifying Law
Good Sex
Seeking Identity
Stalking Nietzsche
What is the Meaning of Human Life?
Happiness is Overrated
The Philosophy of Baseball: How to Play the Game of Life
Watching Baseball, See Philosophy
Niccolo Machiavelli: The Laughing Lion and the Strutting Fox
Dante's Deadly Sins: Moral Philosophy in Hell 
Posthumous Harm:  Why the Dead are still Vulnerable 
Shakespeare and Philosophy:  Lust, Love and Life 
Jesus and Nietzsche:  How Should We Live our Lives? 
Jesus the Radical:  The Parables and Modern Morality

 

Current Work
human happiness, meaning of life, Nietzsche

Recent Courses
Existentialism, Human Happiness, Meaning of Life, Philosophy of Sex & Love, Nietzsche Seminar, Philosophy of Law, Greek Thought, Socrates Seminar, Philosophy of War

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