Join us for the book launch and discussion of Phenomenology of Black Spirit (Edinburgh University Press), authored by Biko Mandela Gray (Syracuse) and Ryan J. Johnson (Elon), with discussion partners Rebecca Comay (Toronto) and Rinaldo Walcott (Toronto).
Join us at the upcoming Philosophy Career Night, Careers in Law. This is a great opportunity to discover the different career options available to you after graduation and what you can do now to prepare. This session will also allow you to interact with alumni during a moderated Q&A session. ... Read More
Chike Jeffers (Dalhousie), Canada Research Chair in Africana Studies, is an associate professor in the Department of Philosophy at Dalhousie University, cross-appointed with Canadian Studies and International Development Studies. He specializes in Africana philosophy and philosophy of race, with general interest in social and political philosophy and ethics.
This three-day event will celebrate the life and work of our dear colleague Mohan Matthen, who is retiring this year. Program JULY 13 9:00-9:15 AM Introduction and Welcome 9:15-10:15 AM Lana Kuhle (Illinois State), "The Tone of Embodiment in Perception & Action" 10:30-11:30 AM Casey O’Callaghan (Washington in St. Louis), ... Read More
This conference will celebrate the work and life of our cherished colleague Tom Hurka, who is retiring this year. It will take place in person in the Jackman Humanities Building at the University of Toronto, as well as being live-streamed. To register for the Zoom link, please contact the assistant ... Read More
Calling all Witches and Wittgensteinians, all Golems and Gödelians, all Fairies and Fregeans, and all other philosophers with a taste for the eerie: the Philosophy Course Union (PCU) is excited to announce the return of its annual "Phantoms and Philosophy" event. Come dressed as your favourite philosopher and sit in on three presentations whose topics deal with the scarier side of philosophy.
Sharon Street, a professor of Philosophy at NYU, specializes in metaethics. She has authored a series of articles on how to reconcile our understanding of normativity with a scientific conception of the world. Her work concerns the nature of both practical and epistemic reasons, and it draws especially on an evolutionary biological perspective.