We are a lively community of philosophers with a wide range of theoretical and practical interests. We offer a M.A. in Philosophy, a B.A. in Philosophy, a minor in Philosophy, and a minor in Law and Philosophy.

Our traditional strengths in philosophy of mind, epistemology, ethics, and medieval philosophy are central to the Department. Our students operate the Philosophers' Forum.   

Our undergraduate tutors help students in SSB 222. Here are their hours for Fall 2019:

Lindsey GrossheimMon 12-3, Tues 9-11:30, Wed 12-4:30

Keegan Barrett: Tues 9:30-10:45 & 5:30-6:30; Wed 4:45-6; Thurs 12:45-3:45; Fri 10:30am-2pm


 

Recent News

Jill Delston's newest book, Medical Sexism, is forthcoming with Lexington Books.

Billy Dunaway's book, Reality and Morality, is in press with Oxford University Press.

Gualtiero Piccinini won the 2019 Chancellor’s Award for Research and Creativity.

Piccinini's “Quantum-like Behavior without Quantum Physics III. Logic and Memory” (with Stephen A. Selesnik) is forthcoming in Journal of Biological Physics.

More Philosophy Department news can be found on the News page.