Philosophy Publication Celebration 2023

Published: May 7, 2023

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Every year, the Department of Philosophy hosts a Book Launch and Spring Party to celebrate major publications by faculty members, bring closure to one academic year, and welcome the possibilities of a new one. Once again in 2023, we wish to acknowledge the extensive academic output by members of the department.

This page aims to highlight and celebrate the publications in the past academic year (2022–2023) not only of faculty members but also of graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and lecturers. We are extremely proud of the thoughtful, wide-ranging work both junior and senior Philosophy colleagues have brought into the world. Take a look, listen in, and congratulations again to all the authors.


Joseph Heath’s book was shortlisted for the 2022 Donner Prize.

Read a short article about the work it took to edit and posthumously publish Waheed Hussain’s title.

Listen to Mark Kingwell discuss the book and the topics covered in it on the Connected Intelligence podcast with Sonia Sennik or read this review of Singular Creatures by Alexander Sallas in the Literary Review of Canada.

Read about Andrew Sepielli’s upcoming Laurence S. Rockefeller Visiting Faculty Fellowship at Princeton’s Center for Human Values.


Journal Articles


Book Chapters


Public Philosophy