Judith Norman, Ph.D.
- Professor , Philosophy
Judith Norman is Professor of Philosophy at Trinity University in San Antonio. Her research focuses on 19th century German philosophy; she has translated works by Nietzsche and Schopenhauer and has written on both of these figures as well as Schelling, Marx, and German romanticism. In addition to her classes at Trinity, she is interested in philosophy in the community, and has started a philosophy for children program in local public schools, as well as participating in the Philosophy and Literature Circle in local prisons. She is politically active in San Antonio, with Jewish Voice for Peace, as well as with social and economic justice groups, and education equity issues.
I am chair of the San Antonio chapter of Jewish Voice for Peace. In addition, I am heavily involved with social and economic justice issues both locally and nationally. I am active in public school issues both politically and as a teacher; I have taught philosophy, chess, and social justice curricula in the public schools.