Prof. Jānis Ozoliņš
GDEdAdm (Deakin) MSc (Melb) PhD (Melb)
Department of Philosophy
Prof. Jānis Ozoliņš is a lecturer at Catholic Theological College and is a member of the Department of Philosophy.
The undergraduate units he teaches include:
The postgraduate units he teaches include
Jānis holds a Diploma of Education, a Bachelor of Science, a Masters of Science, and a Doctorate in Philosophy from the University of Melbourne, and a Graduate Diploma in Education Administration from Deakin University.
His current interests are: Metaphysics (especially of Aquinas), Bioethics, Applied Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy and Philosophy of Education.
His publications include:
  • Education and the Pursuit of Wisdom (2019), London and New York: Routledge, 2019
  • Civil Society, Education and Human Formation, London and New York: Routledge, (2017) (edited volume) 
  • Religion and Culture in Dialogue, Dordrecht: Springer, (2016) (edited volume)
  • Foundations of Health Care Practice, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (2015) (edited volume)
  • Introduction. In Dalia Maria Stanciene, Irena Dargaviciene and Susan Robbins. (Eds.). Identity and Globalisation: Ethical Implications. Lithuanian Philosophical Studies Vol. VIII. 1-19. Washington: Council for Research in Values and Philosophy, 2018.
  • On the Provision of Medical Nutrition and Hydration. In Jason Eberl. (Ed.). Contemporary Controversies in Catholic Bioethics. 405-424. Dordrecht: Springer, 2017.
  • A Narrative Approach Exploring Philosophy in Education and Educational Research. Educational Studies, 44, 5, 2018, 578-593. [with Steven Stolz]
  • Creating the Civil Society East and West: Relationality, responsibility and the humane person. Educational Philosophy and Theory, 49, 4 2017, 362-278.