The "Thinking Man"

This semester I am taking a philosophy class. The last time I had a class on this subject was my junior year of my undergraduate program so it has been a while. I am not taking it because I know philosophy; I am taking it because I am so very ignorant.

The primary subjects being covered are (1) ontology, (2) epistemology, (3) anthropology, (4) ethics, and (5) postmodernism. I do not expect to read a lot of additional literature on these subjects, save epistemology which is my primary concern, but I would like article and book recommendations on the above subjects as well as anything on philosophy for the task of doing theology. Articles are preferred since they will be shorter and  therefore easier to squeeze in to the schedule!

So you don’t recommend books that I already have to read for the class let me list those: John D. Caputo, Philosophy and Theology; Diogenes Allen and Eric Springfield, Philosophy for Understanding Theology, 2nd Ed.; James K.A. Smith, Who’s Afraid of Postmodernism: Taking Derrida, Lyotard, and Foucault to Church; and James K. Beilby (ed), For Faith and Clarity: Philosophical Contributions to Christian Theology.