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Paul wins ARC grant

October 30, 2015

Professor L.A. Paul, together with the University of Queensland’s John Quiggin, have won an Australian Research Council grant of $475,000 AUD to study epistemically feasible choice procedures. Congratulations, Laurie!

Russell interviewed on NPR

October 8, 2015

Gillian Russell was recently interviewed on NPR about time (what it is and why it matters). Check out the full interview and details here.

Wolf to give Locke Lectures

October 7, 2015

The Oxford Philosophy Faculty has announced that Susan Wolf will be giving the John Locke Lectures in Oxford in 2020. The Locke Lectures are among the world’s most distinguished lecture series in philosophy. (A list of past Locke Lecturers is … Read more

Lange wins Dialectica Essay Prize

September 11, 2015

Dialectica recently announced that their essay prize 2014 (1000 GBP, on explanation in science and philosophy) has been awarded to Marc Lange for his paper “Explanation, Existence, and Natural Properties in Mathematics – A Case Study: Desargues’ Theorem”. The paper … Read more

Sebo’s paper on Boulder ethics blog

September 10, 2015

Jeff Sebo‘s paper, “Reconsider the Lobster”, has been posted here on the blog of the University of Colorado’s Center for Values and Social Policy.

Reeve to give AE Taylor Lecture

September 8, 2015

CDC Reeve will be giving the 21st AE Taylor Lecture at the University of Edinburgh on September 18, joining an extremely distinguished list of previous Taylor Lecturers here. His title is “Human Happiness as a Political Achievement in Aristotle”.

Yao and Lawless Win Grad School Fellowships

April 16, 2015

I am delighted to inform you that John Lawless has won the 2015-2016 Dissertation Completion Fellowship and Vida Yao has won the 2015 Thomas F. Ferdinand Summer Research Fellowship from the Graduate School. Congratulations, John and Vida!