The Parr Center for Ethics has won the American Philosophical Association’s Prize for Excellence and Innovation in Philosophy Programs.
Eric Mandelbaum will be finishing work on his dissertaiton, which is about the irrationality and modularity of learning and belief formation. Incidentally, we are the only Department in the country, philosophy or otherwise, to have two consecutive graduate students win … Read more
Two (more!) members of the Philosophy Department have won University-wide teaching awards. Keith Simmons won an award for post-baccalaureate instruction and Jason Bowers won one for undergraduate teaching. No other department in the University has a higher proportion of teaching … Read more
Marilyn McCord Adams and Robert Merrihew Adams, both recently of Oxford University, have joined the Chapel Hill Philosophy Department. They bring dramatic strength in the history of medieval and modern philosophy, in philosophy of religion, in metaphysics, and in moral … Read more