Postdoctoral Research Associate
Ph.D., Moral & Political Theology, Durham University
M.A., Theology, Talbot School of Theology
B.S., Art & Biblical Studies, Biola University
Nathaniel Warne is a philosophical and systematic theologian that works across a range of classic Christian doctrines with a special focus on the doctrine of humanity. This interest underlies his writings and teaching at the intersection of metaphysics, ethics, and political philosophy; theology of work, doctrine of vocation, and economics; law and legal history; Christology; creation; religious emotions; and the role of friendship in moral and spiritual development. He has addressed the above topics through the work of Aristotle, Augustine, Thomas Aquinas and Early Modern philosophers and theologians. His current research is on Josef Pieper with special focus on the relationship between individual and communal human flourishing (happiness) and virtue development as related to work and leisure.
1017 Flanner Hall
University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN 46556
Bezuidenhout, Louise, Emanuele Ratti, Nathaniel Warne, and Dori Beeler. "Docility as a Primary Virtue in Scientific Research." Minerva (2018): 1–18.
Bezuidenhout, Louise, and Nathaniel Warne. "Should We All be Scientists? Re-thinking Laboratory Research as a Calling." Science and Engineering Ethics (2017): 1–19.
Warne, Nathaniel. "Forward on Shared Paths: Josef Pieper on the Importance of Common Language for Justice and Interdisciplinary Learning." Philosophy, Theology and the Sciences 5.1 (2018): 589–601.
Warne, Nathaniel. "Learning to See the World Again: Josef Pieper on Philosophy, Prudence, and the University." Journal of Moral Education 47.3 (2018): 289–303.
Warne, Nathaniel. "Of All Things, Seen and Unseen: Josef Pieper’s Negative Philosophy, Science, and Hope." Theological Studies 79.2 (2018): 294–313.