The full passage from the 2018 “Fiske Guide to Colleges” reads: “Chapel Hill offers more than 75 undergraduate degree programs. Some of the strongest are communication and media studies, computer science, English, and philosophy.”
Clair Morrissey, a UNC Philosophy graduate, has won the White Teaching Prize. Please see here for more information!
Luc Bovens‘s paper, “Selection Under Uncertainty: Affirmative Action at the Shortlisting Stage” (Mind), was honored by The Philosopher’s Annual as one of the ten best for 2016. Congratulations, Luc!
Professor Emeritus Bernard Boxill has won the 2017 Benjamin E. Lippincott Award from the American Political Science Association for “a work of exceptional quality by a living political theorist that is still considered significant at least 15 years since the original state of publication.” The award citation calls Blacks and Social Justice (1984) “an exceptional work of deep and careful reflection…an indispensable source on the major racial issues of our time and an enduring model for how to combine rigorous theoretical argument with clear-eyed analysis of real-world controversies.”
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about Laws of nature and how to understand them HERE.
The sixth annual National High School Ethics Bowl will be held at UNC – Chapel Hill on April 20 – 22, 2018. High School students from across the country will travel to the UNC campus to compete in the National Championship during an exciting, informative, and fun-filled weekend. This event is proudly hosted by the Parr Center for Ethics.
November 3 – 5, 2017
Claire Miller Lecture: Linda Zagzebski (Oklahoma)
Russell Jones (Harvard): “The Real Challenge of Plato’s Republic”
Commentator: Rachana Kamtekar (Arizona)
Kenny Easwaran (Texas A&M): “The City as a Collective Agent”
Commentator: Ryan Muldoon (Buffalo)
Niko Kolodny (U. Cal. Berkeley): “Political Corruption”
Commentator: Sophia Moreau (Toronto)
Elisabeth Camp (Rutgers): “Manipulative Meaning: Insinuations, Slurs, and Metaphorical Insults”
Commentator: Richard Heck (Brown)
National High School Ethics Bowl competition featured in the The News & Observer. Read about it here.