Department News Archive

HUB article on The Raven

HUB article on The Raven

“Magazine Brings Literary Style to Philosophical Writings”. Follow this link to read more about Miller Research Professor David Velleman’s new publishing venture.

Congratulations to Elanor Taylor!

The William H. Miller III Department of Philosophy warmly congratulates Elanor Taylor on her promotion to Associate Professor with tenure!

Graduate Student Hüseyin Güngör in Linguistics and Philosophy

Congratulations to Hüseyin Güngör on the publication in Linguistics and Philosophy of his paper “Counterfactuals, hyperintensionality and Hurford disjunctions”. Read the article here

Ian Phillips on Time and the Pandemic

Bloomberg Distinguished Professor Ian Phillips reflects on the pandemic and our experience of time in this essay in The Hub.

Welcome Sean Carroll!

The Johns Hopkins William H. Miller III Department of Philosophy warmly welcomes Sean Carroll, who will join our Department July 1, 2022, as the Homewood Professor of Natural Philosophy. Sean is […]

Graduate Student Hüseyin Güngör in Philosophical Studies

Congratulations to Hüseyin Güngör on the publication in Philosophical Studies of his paper “That Solution to Prior’s Puzzle” that was developed in our PhD Proseminar.

The Raven launches!

Congratulations to Miller Research Professor David Velleman on the first issue of The Raven, which he co-edits. The Raven is a magazine of original philosophy written for intellectually curious readers […]

Prof. Dean Moyar Discusses Latest Book on The Political Science Review Podcast

Professor Dean Moyar discusses his latest book, Hegel’s Value, on The Political Science Review podcast.

Intellectual Humility in Theory and Practice

Intellectual humility is a virtue for both individuals and institutional practices. With deep roots in religion and philosophy, intellectual humility is essential for both democratic cooperation and scholarly inquiry. Panelists Paul Franks, Rev. Kobi Little, […]

Memory and Forgiveness Project Awarded Large Grant

Congratulations to the Memory and Forgiveness Project, which has been awarded a nearly $1 million grant! JHU’s Lucy Allais is a Co-Investigator, working with Project Leader Felipe De Brigard of Duke. […]