Dr. Grove Teaching

Stanley Grove, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Philosophy

B.A. (Liberal Arts), Thomas Aquinas College; M.A. (Philosophy), The Catholic University of America, Ph.D. (Philosophy), The Catholic University of America


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Dr. Grove is in his eleventh year with Wyoming Catholic College; earlier he taught philosophy briefly at The Catholic University of America and was a teacher and Assistant Principal at Holy Rosary Academy in Anchorage, Alaska. He serves Lander’s Holy Rosary parish as a cantor and organist. Hobbies include the study of nature, various crafts, and postal history. His master’s thesis was on the order of the Five Ways in St. Thomas Aquinas, and his doctoral dissertation was on Aquinas’s doctrine of prime matter and its relation to modern physics. Current research interests include the philosophy of physics, philosophical aspects of evolution theory, the metaphysics of causality, and natural theology.