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    Dr. Palmer Earns National Endowment For The Humanities Grant

    Congratulations to Dr. Palmer for, in conjunction with Dr. Ron Sandler from Northeastern University, earning a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Their project is titled “The Ethics of Conservation Biotechnology: A conceptual Engineering Approach” which will be a volume on the ethics of biotechnology. Discover more about the National Endowment for the […]

  • Congratulations to Philosophy Department Award Winners

    Congratulations to several members of the Philosophy Department for winning College of Arts and Sciences Awards. Dr. Kristi Sweet earned a College of Arts and Sciences Faculty Excellence Award. Dr. Glen Miller earned a College of Arts and Sciences Faculty Excellence Award. Undergraduate Student Kate Girvin earned a College of Arts and Sciences Outstanding Graduating […]

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    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 […]

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    Dr. Gregory Pappas Featured For Research From The National Humanities Center

    The National Humanities Center is featuring the work of Dr. Gregory Pappas in a section Featured Research: The Examined Life.  Dr. Pappas is a Fellow from the class of 2021-2022 with the National Humanities Center, and his featured research project is Injustice: An Inter-American and Community of Inquiry Approach. According to Dr. Pappas, this research […]

  • Dr. George Appointed as First Philosopher to Nursing Faculty at the University of Calgary

    Dr. Theodore George has been appointed as an Adjunct Professor to the Nursing Faculty at the University of Calgary, becoming the first philosopher as a member of the faculty. Building on a relationship with Dr. Nancy Moules, a professor and associate dean of research for the nursing faculty, that started in 2015 at the North […]

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    Dr. Daniel Conway Selected as Fulbright Scholar

    Congratulations to Dr. Daniel Conway for being selected as a Fulbright US Scholar for 2022-2023 by a presidentially appointed 12-member board as a reflection of his leadership and contributions to society. The Fulbright Program is devoted to increasing mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries. In being […]

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    Dr. Linda Radzik Named to University Professorship

    Congratulations to Dr. Linda Radzik for being named to a University Professorship for Undergraduate Teaching Excellence (UPUTE). Selected professors demonstrate themselves as exceptional instructors, and innovators in pedagogy, pushing the field by exploring new teaching methods. The Thamann Professorship in Undergraduate Teaching Excellence, made possible through an endowment from Arthur J. and Wilhelmina Dore Thamann, […]

  • 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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    Congratulations to Denise Meda Calderon

    The Philosophy Department is proud to announce that Denise Meda Calderon has earned the Douglas Greenlee Prize presented by the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy (SAAP). The Douglas Greenlee Prize is awarded to either a graduate student of person holding a Ph.D. for no more than five years for the best paper presented […]

  • Michael Portal Named a Fulbright Scholar

    Congratulations to Michael Portal for being named a Fulbright Scholar for 2022. The Fulbright program recognizes rising scholars and provides the opportunity for them to travel to a country outside the United States to engage in research while embedded in a community. The program facilitates cultural exchange through direct interaction on an individual basis in […]

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    Dr. Katz elected to Board of the National Humanities Alliance

    Congratulations to Dr. Claire Katz for being elected to the Board of Directors of the National Humanities Alliance. Dr. Katz was elected to a two year term and joins the oversight of the business affairs and a major policy influence of the NHA. The NHA  is a nationwide coalition of organizations advocating for the humanities, […]

  • Dr. George Named 2021 Texas A&M Presidential Impact Fellow

    Congratulations to Dr. Theodore George on being named a member of the 2021 class of Presidential Impact Fellows at Texas A&M. This is the fifth class of Presidential Impact Fellows who are identified by their college and dean and confirmed by academic leadership. Each is considered to be worthy of increasingly prestigious national and international […]

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    Denise Meda Calderon Earns Graduate Fellowship

    The Race & Ethnic Studies Institute (RESI) and the Carlos H. Cantu Endowment at Texas A&M University have offered Denise Meda Calderon a Graduate Fellowship in Latinx Studies. This Fellowship is offered annually to one Ph.D. level student whose research contributes to the field of Latinx studies and/or analyses of race, ethnicity, sexuality, and gender. […]

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    Dr. Palmer awarded an Association of Former Students Distinguished Achievement Award

    Dr. Clare Palmer is a recipient of a 2021-2022 College-level Association of Former Students Distinguished Achievement Award for Teaching. Established in 1982, the purpose of this award is to recognize, encourage, and reward superior classroom teachers – those individuals whose command of their respective discipline, teaching methodologies, pervasive caring, communication skills, and commitment to the […]

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    Dr. Pappas named 2021 National Humanities Center Fellow

    Congratulations to Dr. Pappas for being named to a 2021 National Humanities Center Fellowship. Robert D. Newman, president and director of the National Humanities Center, said, “We are proud to support the work of these exceptional scholars. They were selected from an extremely competitive group of applicants, and their work covers a wide gamut of […]

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    Dr. Katz Named 2020-2021 Piper Professor

    Congratulations to Dr. Katz for being named a 2020-2021 Piper Professor. This prestigious award has been given annual to 10 teachers in Texas since 1958 by the Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation for superior teaching at the college level. In her nomination, one student said Dr. Katz was a great professor because, “She values her students’ […]

  • Congratulations Undergraduate Winners

    Congratulations to Undergraduate Essay Contest Winner Jacob Dominguez and Davenport Service Award Winners Eric Nash and Travis Steubing. These students were honored at the annual Department of Philosophy’s Manuel Davenport Memorial Alumnus Lecture and Student Award Ceremony. Jacob Dominguez won for the essay “Aristotle’s Agent Intellect Identified”. Eric Nash was honored for work on the Aletheia and […]

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    Dr. Bermúdez Named Distinguished Achievement Award Recipient

    Congratulations to Dr. José Luis Bermúdez on being named one of the 24 Association of Former Students Distinguished Achievement Award recipients for 2021. Dr. Bermúdez won this award in the category of Research. Since 1955 the Distinguished Achievement Awards have been awarded to those who exhibit the highest standards of excellence at Texas A&M. The […]

  • Aletheia – Fall 2020 Edition Published

    Congratulations to the editors and contributors of the Fall 2020 edition of Aletheia, the Philosophy Department’s Undergraduate Journal. The Aletheia features work from undergraduates involved in multiple academic disciplines from across the nation and serves as a platform for students to engage with philosophical ideas. The full text can be read here.

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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.

  • Philosophy for Children wins Award for Excellence

    Philosophy for Children Texas (P4C Texas) and the Aggie School of Athens Philosophy Camp for Teens at Texas A&M University have won the American Philosophical Association 2020 APA/PDC Prize for Excellence and Innovation in Philosophy Programs Award. Under the Directorship of Dr. Claire Katz, P4C Texas has demonstrated sustained excellence through a record of achievement, […]

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    Dr. Easwaran Named 2020 EDGES Fellow

    Congratulations to Dr. Easwaran for being named a 2020 EDGES Fellow. The Fellowship was established to honor, incentivize and boost mid-career faculty at the associate or early full professor rank who are making significant marks in their discipline. The recognition highlights Texas A&M’s intentional commitment to intensively support, retain and recognize faculty with significant and […]

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    Dr. Katz Awarded Presidential Professors for Teaching Excellence Award

    Congratulations to Dr. Claire Katz for earning recognition as a 2020 Presidential Professors for Teaching Excellence Award recipient. This is the most prestigious faculty honor bestowed by Texas A&M University and reflects the stellar career and accomplishments in accelerating and advancing knowledge in the classroom. This award was created in 2003 to recognize outstanding educators […]

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    Dr. Miller Awarded Distinguished Achievement Award

    Congratulations to Dr. Glen Miller for being named a recipient of an Association of Former Students Distinguished Achievement Award for Teaching. The purpose of the award is to recognize, encourage, and reward individuals who display superior classroom teaching. The certification and prize will be conferred at the College of Liberal Arts Dean’s Reception on October […]

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    Dr. Gregory Pappas Named to Senior Fellowship

    Congratulations to Dr. Gregory Pappas for being named to a Senior Fellowship at Maria Sibylla Merian International Centre for Advanced Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences Conviviality-Inequality in Latin America. The Center, also known as The Mecila, examines past and present forms of social, political, and cultural conviviality in Latin America and the Caribbean. […]

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    Welcome Dr. Rivera

    The Department of Philosophy at Texas A&M University is delighted to announce that Dr. Omar Rivera has joined our faculty as Associate Professor with tenure (effective September 1, 2020). Dr. Rivera was raised in Lima, Peru, earned his PhD from Penn State and was trained in philosophy in the United States and Germany. His specialization […]

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    Personal Liberty Vs. the Public Good During a Pandemic

    Clare Palmer, the George T. and Gladys H. Abell Professor of Liberal Arts and Professor of Philosophy, tackles the big question of personal freedom and social responsibility in her interview with Scientific Inquiry.

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    Incorporating Liberal Arts Into Your Child’s Education

    While many things remain uncertain as we start the 2020-2021 school year, incorporating liberal arts into your child’s education remains invaluable.

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    Worth the Wait

    After taking a 12-year break from college, Katy Caldwell ‘07 is graduating this week. Her story is full of ups, downs, and lots of Aggie spirit.

  • Growing Up with Philosophy Camp Published

    Congratulations to Dr. Katz on the recent publication of the book she edited, Growing Up with Philosophy Camp. This work draws on her experience leading Philosophy for Children camps and the impact such experiences has on children as young as six through high school. Included are essays from Dr. Katz, Dr. Conway, graduate student David Anderson, […]

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    Masking the Spirit of 2020

    Explore 13 ways of thinking about masks inspired by the 13 departments in the College of Liberal Arts.

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    Former Student Wins 2020 Pulitzer Prize in History

    In his Pulitzer Prize-winning book, Texas A&M University former student Caleb McDaniel ‘00, ‘01 (M.A.) shares Henrietta Wood's story, which sheds light on what life was like for Black women in America in the 19th century.

  • Dr. Bermúdez named University Fellow

    Congratulations to Dr. Jose Luis Bermúdez for earning a place as a member of the 2020 class of Texas A&M University Arts & Humanities Fellows. Dr. Bermúdez earned this honor for his proposal, Models of the Self in the Classical, Medieval, and Early Modern Periods. With the funding from the fellowship, Dr. Bermúdez will co-edit the […]

  • 2020 Aletheia Published

    Congratulations to the publishers and contributors for the Spring 2020 edition of Aletheia, the Philosophy Department’s Undergraduate Journal. The Aletheia features work from Texas A&M University undergraduates involved in multiple academic disciplines across the campus and serves as a platform for students to engage with philosophical ideas. Read the full text here.

  • Adebayo Ogungbure’s work published in the Journal of Black Studies

    Philosophy PhD student, Adebayo Ogungbure has published an article titled, “The Political Economy of Niggerdom: W.E.B. DuBois and Martin Luther King Jr. on the Racial and Economic Discrimination of Black Males in America,” in the Journal of Black Studies. In order to read the full article, click here.

  • Philosophy Professor Receives National Teaching Excellence Award

    Claire Katz of the Department of Philosophy was recently awarded by the American Philosophical Association the Prize for Excellence in Philosophy Teaching for her profound impacts on students' learning of philosophy.

  • 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 […]

  • Colloquium: Adebayo Ogungbure, Texas A&M University

    Biography: Adebayo Ogungbure is a Ph.D. candidate and a Lechner scholar in the Department of Philosophy at Texas A&M University. His research interests include African, Africana/Black Philosophy, Critical Race Theory, Black Male Studies, Social Epistemology, Colonialism, Empire and Transatlantic Migration and the intersections between Philosophy and Ethnic Literatures. His research on Africana Sci-fi, “Unbounding the […]

  • Colloquium: Christopher Shields, Notre Dame University

    Biography: Christopher Shields is George N. Shuster Professor of Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame. He is an Honorary Research Fellow of Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford, where, before moving to Notre Dame, he was Professor of Classical Philosophy and Chair of the Philosophy Faculty Board. Previously he has taught at the University […]

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    Colloquium: Paul C. Taylor, Vanderbilt University

    Thursday, November 21, 2020 - 3:45 PM - YMCA 401

  • Colloquium: Bob Burch, Texas A&M University

    Biography: Robert Burch is a member of the TAMU Philosophy Department. He has also taught at a number of other academic and non-academic institutions, both in the United States and elsewhere, including England and Russia. He has a wide range of interests and is a generalist in philosophy rather than a specialist in some particular […]

  • Adebayo Ogungbure Awarded Cushing-Glasscock Graduate Humanities Research Award

    Adebayo Ogungbure, one of our Philosophy graduate students, has been awarded a 2019 Cushing-Glasscock Graduate Humanities Research Award to support his research this summer on his project “Unbounding the Black Imago: How the Representation of Blackness in Superhero Fiction Propagates Negative Models of Anti-Racist Practice.” Congratulations Adebayo!

  • Colloquium: Duane Davis, University of North Carolina-Ashville

    Biography: DUANE H. DAVIS is Professor of Philosophy at the University of North Carolina at Asheville. He was Distinguished Scholar in Residence in Curitiba, Brazil in 2011, and the Ruth and Leon Feldman Research Scholar in 2013-14. He has published numerous articles in recent French thought, is co-editor (with William Hamrick) of Merleau-Ponty and the […]

  • Colloquium: Ray Briggs, Stanford University

    Biography: R.A. Briggs is a professor of philosophy at Stanford University. They earned their PhD from MIT in 2009, and they currently work on formal epistemology, the metaphysics of probability, measurement theory, and voting theory. DEFINING DEPENDENCE (OR: WHEN TO SEEK A SECOND OPINION) All other things being equal, consensus lends more support to a […]

  • Faculty Book Subject of Panel Discussion at Vancouver APA

    A book that Gary Varner co-authored with an ecologist and a philosopher of biology will be the subject of a two-hour authors-meet-critics session during the American Philosophical Association meeting in Vancouver in April. The journal Biology & Philosophy will later publish the critics’ comments and the authors’ replies.

  • Colloquium: Dwayne Raymond, Texas A&M University

    Biography: Dr. D. Raymond has an interest in the history of logic, in particular ancient proof traditions. He is completing a book on the non-neutrality of logic. Dr. Raymond received a Ph.D. with distinction from UWO for his work on Aristotle’s modal logic. His work appears in Journal of the History and Philosophy of Logic, […]

  • Colloquium: Oona Eisenstadt, Pomona College

    Biography: Professor Oona Eisenstadt is currently the Fred Krinsky Professor of Jewish Studies and Professor of Religious Studies at Pomona College. She earned her BA and PhD from McMaster University. She specializes in continental philosophy and Judaism, with a special interest in two postmodern Jewish philosophers – Emmanuel Levinas and Jaques Derrida. She has also […]

  • Upcoming Symposium: “Hermeneutics, the Humanities, and the Future of Interpretation”

    The Philosophy Department along with the Glasscock Center, Interdisciplinary Studies, the Center of Digital Humanities Research, and the Department of Hispanic Studies are sponsoring a Symposium this semester which will be co-hosted by Dr. Kristi Sweet and Dr. Ted George. The Symposium is titled “Hermeneutics, the Humanities, and the Future of Interpretation” and will take […]

  • Colloquium: Andrea Pitts, University of North Carolina, Charlotte

    Biography: Andrea J. Pitts is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte. Their research interests include social epistemology, critical philosophy of race, feminist theory, and Latin American and U.S. Latinx philosophy. Their publications appear in IJFAB: International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics, Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy, Radical Philosophy […]

  • Colloquium: Stephen Daniel, Texas A&M University

    Biography: Stephen H. Daniel is a Professor of Philosophy at Texas A&M University, where he has taught for 36 years. He is a Presidential Professor in Teaching Excellence, former Fasken Chair in Distinguished Teaching, two-time University-level and twotime College-level Distinguished Teacher. He has written four books and more than 60 articles, and edited three other […]

  • Colloquium: Kenny Easwaran, Texas A&M University

    Biography: Kenny Easwaran is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Texas A&M University. He specializes in formal epistemology and decision theory, as well as philosophy of mathematics. Much of his work has focused on issues that arise out of the use of infinity in probability and decision theory. In recent years, he has also worked on […]

  • Colloquium: John Lippitt, Herfordshire University

    Biography: John Lippitt is Professor of Ethics and Philosophy of Religion at the University of Hertfordshire, UK and Honorary Professor of Philosophy at Deakin University, Australia. John’s philosophical interests include the ethics of forgiveness, virtues and vices, the relationships between philosophy and religion, and the ethics of policing (he serves as an ethics consultant to […]

  • Colloquium: Marcy Lascano, University of Kansas

    Biography: Marcy Lascano is professor of philosophy at the University of Kansas. Her research concerns issues in metaphysics and philosophical theology in the 17th and 18th century. Her current research focuses on the works of women philosophers, including Margaret Cavendish, Anne Conway, Damaris Masham, Mary Astell, and Emilie du Châtelet. She has published articles in […]

  • Colloquium: Emily Brady, Texas A&M University with reception to follow

    BIOGRAPHY Emily Brady is Professor of Philosophy at Texas A&M, and she holds the Susanne M. and Melbern G. Glasscock Director’s Chair in the Glasscock Center for Humanities Research. Before coming to A&M, she was Professor of Environment and Philosophy at the University of Edinburgh. Her research interests range from Aesthetics, Philosophy of Art, and […]

  • Colloquium: Katie McShane, Colorado State University

    BIOGRAPHY Katie McShane is professor of philosophy at Colorado State University who specializes in environmental ethics and ethical theory. She has written articles on ecosystem health, the place of environmental concerns in theories of value, and the moral significance of our emotional engagements with nature. Her work has been published in journals such as Philosophical […]

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    In Memory of Dr. John J. McDermott

    Texas A&M Today published an article in tribute to the life and career of  Dr. John J. McDermott, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, who passed away Sunday, Sept. 30th. The article is titled, “Philosophy Professor John J. McDermott Remembered as Conscience of Texas A&M, Top In His Field” and includes some of his most significant contributions to the […]

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    In an American Strand: John J. McDermott Memorial Celebration Symposium

    Saturday will feature a symposium on McDermott’s philosophical work, pedagogical impact, and legacy through presentations, discussions and stories of Professor McDermott. Attendance is open to all. If you wish to attend please follow the link to register. If you would like to share your stories and memories please contact Charles Carlson at Graveside Memorial Location: College Station City Cemetery 7:45am […]

  • Colloquium: Dennis Schmidt, Western Sydney University | YMCA Building, Room 401

    BIOGRAPHY Dennis Schmidt is Research Professor of Philosophy and Head of the philosophy department at Western Sydney University. He specializes in post-Kantian European philosophy and Ancient Philosophy, and is a leading scholar in the areas of Hermeneutics, Aesthetics, and Literary Criticism. He is the author of several books, including Between Word and Image: Heidegger, Gadamer, […]

  • Colloquium: Sven Ove Hansson, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm

    BIOGRAPHY Sven Ove Hansson is a professor of philosophy at the Department of Philosophy and History, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm. He is editor-in-chief of Theoria and the book series Outstanding Contributions to Logic (Studia Logica Library) and Philosophy, Technology and Society. He is also member of the editorial boards of Synthese, Techné, Studia Logica, […]

  • Colloquium: John Protevi, Louisiana State University

    BIOGRAPHY John Protevi is Phyllis M Taylor Professor of French Studies and Professor of Philosophy at Louisiana State University (USA). His most recent books are Political Affect: Connecting the Social and the Somatic (2009) and Life, War, Earth: Deleuze and the Sciences (2013) both with University of Minnesota Press. He is also editor of A […]

  • Colloquium Series: Eugene Garver, Saint Benedict Saint John’s University

    BIOGRAPHY Eugene Garver’s latest, forthcoming, book is Spinoza and the Cunning of Imagination (Chicago, 2018). His earlier books include Machiavelli and the History of Prudence (1987), For the Sake of Argument: Practical Reasoning, Character and the Ethics of Belief (2011), and the trilogy, Aristotle’s Rhetoric: An Art of Character (1994), Confronting Aristotle’s Ethics: Ancient and […]