Congratulations to graduate students Logan Mitchell, Aaron Thieme, Delaney Thull, and Aurora Yu who were named 2022-2023 Maynard Adams Fellows for the Public Humanities. Please read more here.
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Congratulations to Professor Emerita Susan Wolf who recently won the Lauener Prize! See the official announcement here.
It is with profound soundness that the Department announces the death of our colleague and friend, Prof. Geoff Brennan. Since January 2006, Geoff was a Research Professor at both UNC and Duke, where he served as a Core Faculty member … Read more
We are delighted to share the latest installment of the Parr Center’s Ethical Dilemma series with TED-Ed, this time on the ethics of lying with Center Director and UNC philosopher Sarah Stroud, found here. Check out the video’s supplemental educational … Read more
We are incredibly excited to share the second video in our Ethical Dilemma Series with TED-Ed. UNC philosopher, Alex Worsnip, invites us to ponder the ethics of belief with a gripping new dilemma, and adds several new concepts to our … Read more
We are excited to share this APA Blog piece by UNC philosopher Michael Vazquez on the design and thinking behind his experiential education course, “Ethics Bowl & Democratic Deliberation.” Learn how a service-learning course in philosophy can promote ethics education … Read more
Learn about some of the ways UNC Philosophy is working to promote lifelong learning and intergenerational dialogue here.
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Laws of nature are impossible to break, and nearly as difficult to define. Just what kind of necessity do they possess? Read the essay here.
Carolina’s Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl Team will be facing off against 35 other schools for a national title this weekend. It is the team’s first time advancing to the national championship in over five years. Full story here.