You can view the TED-Ed video here. “You are the captain of an interstellar cargo transport headed to port when you receive two distress calls. The first is from a labor ship, whose passengers are running out of oxygen. The other … Continued
View Coping: A Philosophical Guide (Open Book Publishers 2021)
Congratulations to the National High School Ethics Bowl, which has been named the winner of the 2021 APA/PDC Prize for Excellence and Innovation in Philosophy Programs! Read the full announcement here.
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If time always moves at the same rate, why does the pace of life seem to vary? Carolina philosopher Carla Merino-Rajme is trying to find an answer. Read about it here.
Many congratulations to philosophy majors Hayden Graham and Tara Murray for winning highly competitive Honors Thesis Research Awards! Hayden is writing on the topic of Physical Impossibilism under the direction of Professor Neta. Tara’s project is Understanding the Mother: From … Continued
Alex Worsnip, who’s speaking on “America’s Epistemological Crisis” on October 4th at Flyleaf Books, was interviewed by The Hill‘s Aaron Keck. Check it out here!
It is our pleasure to announce that Devin Lane, Genae Matthews, Z Quanbeck, and Alyse Spiehler have been selected as 2021-2022 Maynard Adams Fellows for the Public Humanities! Adams Fellows bios may be found here. Warmest congratulations to each of … Continued
Carla Merino-Rajme was recently featured in Endeavors: Stories Powered by UNC Research! Please see here to read the article, and learn more about her research regarding the phenomenology of time.