Prof. L. Nathan Oaklander donated his books to the University Library through his colleague, Mon Ramirez last August 17, 2012. His wife, Linda Galang Oaklander, is an alumna of the University.

Prof. Oaklander has written and edited numerous other books and collections, articles, and reviews, in several different areas of philosophy and for audiences ranging from other philosophers to undergraduates. He is the David M. French Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at the University of Michigan, Flint, and has served as chair of his department and has lectured as a visiting fellow at the University of Cambridge. He has won many awards for his scholarship and his teaching has been recognized by the Student Government Council at Flint. He is currently the president of the Society for the Philosophy of Time and of the Flint chapter of the American Association of University Professors.

For more information about Prof. Oaklander, please visit this website at

The donated books are handed over by Mr. Mon Ramirez to  Mr. Rodolfo Y. Tarlit, University Librarian.











Below are the books donated to the University Library.


1. Tempo e identita : a cura di Giovanni Iorio Giannoli.

(Italian translation of Time and identity).

Roma : Armando Editore, 2009.








2. The ontology of time.

New York : Prometheus Books, 2004.

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3. Time, change and freedom : an introduction to metaphysics / Quentin Smith and L. Nathan Oaklander.

London : Routledge, 1995.

Table of contents / preview








4. Existentialist Philosophy : an introduction.

New Jersey : Prentice Hall, 1992.









5. Presentism : essential readings / edited with introductions by Ernani Magalhaes and L. Nathan Oaklander. Lanhan : Lexington Books, 2010.










6. Metaphysics : classic and contemporary readings. 2nd edition / Ronald C. Hoy and L. Nathan Oaklander. Belmont, California : Wadsworth Cengage Learning, 2005.








All books signed by author.

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>>>A.C. Lim