Rev. Prof Mark Sultana
Doctorate in Philosophy
Rev. Prof. Mark Sultana was ordained priest in 2000. He studied philosophy and theology at the University of Malta, where he also read for a Licentiate in Theology. Rev. Prof. Mark Sultana later gained a Licentiate and a Doctorate in Philosophy from the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. Between 2004 and 2005, he was a visiting student at Campion Hall, University of Oxford. His works include Self-Deception and Akrasia, published by Analecta Gregoriana, for which we received the Premio Bellarmino in 2006.
At present, Rev. Prof. Mark Sultana is an Associate Professor at the Department of Philosophy, at the Faculty of Arts, at the University of Malta. He is also resident spiritual director at the Archbishop’s Seminary in Rabat and a member of the Editorial Board of Forum Philosophicum: International Journal for Philosophy.
He has participated in several conferences and seminars both at the University of Malta and at other institutions overseas. As a philosopher, he is interested in the philosophy of religion and in the interface between reason and faith. Other interests include metaphysics and philosophical anthropology.
Rev. Prof. Mark Sultana served as the Director of the Pastoral Formation Institute and Chairperson of the think-tank ‘Converse’ at Palazzo de Piro. He also lectured in philosophical theology at the University of Malta.