Marty Heitz, Associate Professor



Office: 265 Social Sciences & Humanities

Tel: 405-744-9235


Office Hours:

  • MW 11:30-12:30; R 10:30-11:30 

Dr. Heitz is co-editing a forthcoming book entitled Practical Wisdom in the Age of Technology and will be contributing a chapter of his own titled “The Screening of Reality: A Phenomenological Perspective on the Computer Screen.” He is also spearheading an effort to establish a Center for Mindful Inquiry together with Dr. Bruce Ackerson, Professor of Physics, and Dr. Nik Dalal, Professor of Management Systems and Information Technology. The goal is for this interdisciplinary center to be housed in the Philosophy Department.

Curriculum Vitae


  • BA in Physics & Philosophy, Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, Illinois
  • MA in Philosophy, University of Hawaii at Manoa
  • Ph.D. in Philosophy, University of Hawaii at Manoa 


  • Chinese Philosophy
  • Existential Phenomenology
  • Comparative Mysticism 


  • HONR 1123.71463 The Art of Mindful Living 
    MWF 10:30-11:20 CLB 222
  • PHIL 1213.62307 Philosophies of Life (H)
    TR 12:30-1:15 CLBN 202
  • PHIL 1213.62309 Philosophies of Life (H)
    TR 3:00-4:15 pm CLBN 214
  • PHIL 2890.71729 Mindfulness:Honors
    R 9:00-10:15 JB 102 
  • PHIL 3943.62131 Asian Philosophies (HI)
    TR 1:30-2:45 CLB 103