The Political Science Department is hosting this year's meeting of the Association for Political Theory, with support from the Philosophy Department. The conference is the largest annual meeting in the US focusing on political philosophy and political theory.
The Department of Philosophy is pleased to announce the appointment of Corey Katz to a two-year Post-Doctoral Fellowship in the Center for Ethics and Human Values.
Eden Lin joins the Department of Philosophy as an assistant professor this fall. He received his Ph.D. from Princeton, and was most recently employed at Rutgers University at Newark.
Jeremy Weiss was awarded the department's Fink Prize for best graduate student paper. Jeremy presented "Affect, Love and Importance" at the Fink ceremony. Honorable mention goes to Andrew Kissel for "Debunking Free Will Belief Debunkers."
Katelyn's paper was “Embracing Counterintuitiveness in Haslanger's View for Feminist Action", and Troy's paper was “Boghossian and Rule-Circularity.” There was a Departmental reception for the winners and for graduating seniors.