Due to PHL today guest speaker, L.A. Paul being at UA on Thursday November 14th, Dr. Alter will not be available for advising on Thursday November 14th.
We are excited to announce our guest speakers for our 2019-2020 Philosophy Today Speaker Series: L.A. Paul (Yale University) – Transformation of the Self Through Discovery and Revelation Thursday, November 14, 2019 @7:30pm Jessica Wilson (University of Toronto)- The Indispensability of Metaphysics Thursday, December 5, 2019 @7:30pm Sandray Lynne Shapshay (Hunter College and the Graduate
Advising for the Spring 2020 semester has begun. Walk-in advising with Dr. Torin Alter will be held on Tuesdays 8:15am-9:15am and Thursdays 1pm-2pm, during these times an appointment is not neccessary. For those who can not make it to walk-in advising, appointments can be made for the following dates and times: Advising appointments are located
The spring 2020 course schedule and course descriptions are now available ! Courses
All slots for the Fall 2019 semester have been filled. If you are interested in being considered for a Spring 2020 position please complete the Peer Tutor Application below .
Dr. Stuart Rachels was recently interviewed by The Ringer for an article entitled “The Sharp Game.”
Philosophy graduate Maria Gerasikova was featured in 2017 edition of The Collegian. Read the full article on the College of Arts and Sciences website.
Dr. Chase Wrenn, an associate professor in the Department of Philosophy, is working to confront some of humanity’s most difficult-to-answer questions; namely, Wrenn is exploring the value of truth and why we care about it. In March and April of this year, Wrenn traveled to Scotland to the University of Edinburgh to join some of
James Bain will begin law school at Alabama this fall. Daniel Bammerlin has taken the LSAT, and is deciding between applying to law schools and seeking an MBA. Jacob Black graduated magna cum laude, but we do not know his plans. Heather Callahan graduated with a double major in philosophy and psychology, but we do
For the first time in the College’s history, a team of students competed in the Southeast Regional 8th Annual Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl. The students, under the leadership of Dr. Seth Bordner, an assistant professor in the Department of Philosophy, traveled to St. Petersburg, Fla. in November seeking to reach the last round of competition that