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  • Dr. Aylsworth giving his presentation at the Davenport Ceremony.

    Philosophy Department Hosts Annual Manuel Davenport Memorial Awards and Alumni Lecture

    The Texas A&M Philosophy Department recently hosted the Manuel Davenport Annual Memorial Alumni Lecture and Student Awards Ceremony at the YMCA Building. Former student and current Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Florida International University, Dr. Timothy Aylsworth ’07 & ’10, presented the alumni lecture, “Autonomy and Attention: Polarization, Social Media, and Democracy.” The Graduate Essay […]

  • 5th Annual Bovay Workshop on Engineering and Applied Ethics

    On Tuesday April 26th, 2022, the Philosophy Department at Texas A&M University will be hosting the Fifth Annual Bovay Workshop on Engineering and Applied Ethics. Bringing in scholars from around the country and this year’s conference will focus on A.I and the ethical engineering of complex systems. The conference will be in the YMCA Building, […]

  • Texas A&M University Philosophy Graduate Student Conference

    Victoria Green and Jyothis James have partnered with the Melbern G. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research to present the Spring 2022 Texas A&M University Graduate Student Conference featuring Dr. Sean Kirkland from DePaul University. Dr. Kirkland specializes in Ancient Greek Philosophy and phenomenology. Dr. Kirkland has also agreed to participate in a workshop with the […]

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    Robin Smith to give Dewey Lecture

    Texas A&M professor emeritus Robin Smith has been selected to give the prestigious Dewey Lecture at the Central Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association in February. Dr. Smith’s talk will be from 11:10 am – 1:10 pm on Friday, February 26, 2021.

  • Colloquium: Dana Goswick, University of Melbourne

    Biography: I received my doctorate from the University of California at Davis in December 2009. Since 2010, I’ve been a lecturer at the University of Melbourne. My work centers on various topics within metaphysics, with a particular emphasis on modality, ordinary objects, the relation between logic and metaphysics, and Realism. The Role of Logic in […]

  • Colloquium: Ross Cameron, University of Virginia

    Biography: Ross Cameron is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Virginia. His main interests are in logic and metaphysics. His recent book ‘The Moving Spotlight’ argues that the passage of time is a genuine feature of reality. Other claims he has been known to argue for include: Reality is both indeterminate and sometimes lacks […]

  • Colloquium: Anne-Marie Schultz, Baylor University

    Biography: Anne-Marie Schultz is a Professor of Philosophy at Baylor University. She also serves as Director of the Baylor Interdisciplinary Core. She graduated from Trinity University in San Antonio and did her doctoral work at The Pennsylvania State University. She is the author of Plato’s Socrates as Narrator: A Philosophical Muse (Lexington 2013). She has […]

  • Colloquium: Stephen White, University of Texas

    BIOGRAPHY Stephen White is Professor of Classics and Philosophy at the University of Texas at Austin, where he has taught in the Joint Graduate Program in Ancient Philosophy since 1988. His research centers on Aristotle, especially ethics and moral psychology, but ranges widely across classical philosophy and literature from early Greek science and astronomy to […]

  • Colloquium: Jose Jorge Mendoza, University of Massachusetts Lowell

    Biography: José Jorge Mendoza is an assistant professor of philosophy and co-coordinator of the Race and Ethnic Studies Minor at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. He is also the co-editor of Radical Philosophy Review. His primary areas of research are in moral and political philosophy, philosophy of race, and Latin American philosophy. He is the […]

  • Colloquium: Theodore George, Texas A&M University

    Biography: Dr. Theodore George is Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Philosophy at Texas A&M University. His research and teaching focus on continental European philosophy since Kant. His areas of expertise include hermeneutics, ethical philosophy, Hegel and classical German philosophy, and the philosophy of art and aesthetics. He is the author of two […]