The Oxford Handbook of Hegel is a comprehensive guide to Hegel’s philosophy, from his first published writings to his final lectures. There are six chapters each on the Phenomenology of Spirit and The Science of Logic, in depth analyses of the Encyclopedia and essays on the major parts of the Philosophy of Right. Several chapters […]
Department News and Faculty Books Archive
Alex Englert’s paper “Dutifully Wishing: Kant’s Re-Evaluation of a Strange Species of Desire” has been published in Kantian Review Vol. 22 Issue 3.
Eckart Förster has received the Kuno-Fischer-Preis [Prize] from the University of Heidelberg for his book The Twenty-Five Years of Philosophy.
The media are starting to catch on to something that many of us have long been aware of: that a degree in philosophy brings with it a range of skills that are marketable in many different kinds of careers. A June 20, 2017 Washington Post article entitled “For philosophy majors, the question after graduation is: […]
Nandi Theunissen’s paper “Must We Be Just Plain Good? On Regress Argument for the Value of Humanity” has been accepted for publication in Ethics, and will appear in the January 2018 issue. Update, August 9: This paper will be the subject of discussion on the blog PEA Soup, the editors of which, in an agreement […]
Adam Reid’s paper “Veganism and ‘The Analytic Question'” has been accepted for publication in Between the Species, an online journal for the study of philosophy and animals.
The department is very pleased to announce the appointment of Christopher Lebron as Associate Professor, beginning in the fall term of 2017. Prof. Lebron comes to us from Yale University (African-American Studies and Philosophy). His research is in political philosophy, especially on issues of social justice and race. His book The Color of Our Shame: […]
The department is very pleased to announce the appointment of Elanor Taylor as Assistant Professor, beginning in the fall term of 2017. Prof. Taylor has a Ph.D. from UNC Chapel Hill, and has since 2012 been an Assistant Professor at Iowa State University. Her research is at the intersection of metaphysics, philosophy of science, and […]
The final Philosophy Colloquium meeting of the current academic year, featuring Crispin Wright as the speaker, has been moved from Thursday April 20 to Thursday April 27.
Tom Wilk’s paper “Trust, Communities, and the Standing to Hold Accountable” has been accepted for publication in the Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal.