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.

Imge of post doc Cesar Cabezas

We are very happy to welcome César Cabezas to the Philosophy Department! César will be joining us in August as the American Council of Learned Society Fellow in Philosophy of Race. 


image of Bonnie McClelland

Bonnie McClelland, Philosophy Major (2019) was awarded a Fulbright Grant to teach English in Germany next year. Congratulations to Bonnie!


photo of the teaching award winners on a zoom call

Every year, the College of Liberal Arts recognizes five outstanding members of our teaching faculty with the Teaching Awards. The ceremony, held over everyone’s favorite video conferencing app, looked a little different this year, but the faculty’s accomplishments were as impressive as ever. Perhaps even more so given the extraordinary conditions they had to overcome.

image of alumni Jesse Monoski

Meet Jesse Monoski, one of our #OwlsInOffice.

Many congratulations to Arthur Kriger, who has been awarded the Graduate Student Instructor of Record Teaching Award from the College of Liberal Arts (CLA). The CLA Committee was unanimously impressed with the scope, dedication and excellence of Arthur's teaching. We are very happy to have such competent and dedicated TAs!