Philosophy News

College of Liberal Arts Philosophy students are challenged by their professors to explore life’s biggest questions about god, health, disease, free will and more. Here, we explore the big questions about the lives and academic and professional careers of our students, alumni and faculty. Read their stories and contact us if you have a Temple Philosophy story that needs to be shared. The program is locally rooted in the cultural center that is Philadelphia, but its global reach touches European and Greek philosophy and so much more. Follow along as the Department of Philosophy scrutinizes life’s great mysteries in pursuit of greater answers.

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Professor Kristin Gjesdal's edited volume on philosophy of sculpture, Philosophy of Sculpture: Historical Problems, Contemporary Approaches was published with Routledge Press. in September.

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College of Liberal Arts Dean Richard Deeg addresses our students, alumni, faculty and staff on the crucial topics of diversity, race and anti-bias.

Congratulations to Eli Alshanetsky for publishing “Thoughts into words” at Aeon magazine. Professor Alshanetsky discusses “the paradox of articulation: are you excavating existing ideas, or do your thoughts come into being as you speak?”

Professor David Wolfsdorf's edited volume Early Greek Ethics has just been published by Oxford University Press.

 

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Congratulations to George Aulisio, a graduate student in the department, for his recent publication “The Deontological Foundation of Neo-Confucian Virtue Ethics” in International Philosophy Quarterly. Keep up the good work!


 

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