Professor Bukoski recently received his PhD in Philosophy from the University of Arizona. He will be teaching Ethical Theory (Phil 37) and Friends, Lovers, and Comrades: Ethical Issues of Special Relationships (Phil 9) in the fall, an introduction to moral philosophy (Phil 8) in the winter, and Social and Political Philosophy (Phil 38) in the spring. Check out his website here.
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Professor Jagannathan, a lecturer with us this year, is finishing up a PhD in Philosophy at the University of Chicago. He is teaching Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy (Phil 11) in the fall, a special topics course on Virtue Ethics (Phil 50) in the winter, and an introductory course on Philosophy and Tragedy in the spring. Check out his website here.
Convened by David Plunkett (Philosophy) and Anders Schoubye (University of Edinburgh).
Registration is required! Register here.
Friday, August 5 Class of 1930 Room, Rockefeller Center
10:00 – 11:45. Kate Ritchie (City College New York): Social position and the reclamation of slurs
Professor Schoubye is a Lecturer at the University of Edinburgh and he will be teaching a course on the ethics of food choice. His website is here.
Lecture by Nancy Cartwright
Thursday, May 19, 2016
41 Haldeman Hall
Free & open to all
Regarded as one of the most influential philosophers in the world, Nancy Cartwright is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Durham (UK) and the University of California, San Diego. Her research interests include philosophy and history of science (especially physics and economics), causal inference, causal power, scientific emergence and...[more]
Workshop in Philosophy of Science: Idealizations, Fictions, and Values
Friday (05/20): Rockefeller Center Class of 1930 Room
9:00-10:30 Round Table Discussion with Workshop Participants
11:00-12:30 Jordi Cat (Indiana Univ): ‘Scientific Assessment and Recommendation Between Modeling and Policy: Realism, Criticism and Deep Value Holism’
2:00-3:30 Alan Baker (Swarthmore): ‘Mathematics and Explanatory Entanglement’
Visiting Professor James Binkoski's Philosophy 1.08 class, "Philosophy of Time & Time Travel," was featured in an article in the April 5, 2016, issue of The Dartmouth. "Time is so elemental and so central to our experience of the world, Binkoski says. Abbey Cahill '18, who wrote the article, adds, "But we often don't bother to think about it, to ask those questions nd to see answers...[more]
David Plunkett (Dartmouth) and Nico Cornell (Wharton) are hosting a workshop on legal philosophy at Dartmouth on Saturday, February 6, 2016. Location TBA.
- Christopher Essert (Queens )
- with comments from Ira Lindsay (Dartmouth)
- David Plunkett (Dartmouth)