Spring Term Courses in 2013 The Philosophy Department is offering three courses this Spring Term: PHIL 296 (Art and Authenticity); PHIL 360 (Roe v. Wade and the Abortion Question); PHIL 382: Human Nature and the Human Sciences (Gregory)
W&L Students In Ethics Bowl A team of philosophy majors from Washington and Lee University were runners up in the final against Hampton-Sydney College in the VFIC Ethics Bowl.
Raymond Martin speaks to W&L students Raymond Martin, Research Professor of Philosophy at Union College, spoke to students from Prof. Jessica Gordon-Roth's A History of Personal Identity course via Skype.
Charles Mills speaks to W&L students Charles Mills, the John Evans Professor of Moral and Intellectual Philosophy at Northwestern University, spoke to students from both setions of Prof. Jessica Gordon-Roth's Introduction to Philosophy course via Skype.
Charles Taylor speaks at W&L Charles Taylor, former Chichele Professor of Social and Political Theory at the University of Oxford, and currently Professor of Philosophy Emeritus at McGill University, spoke at W&L as part of the Questioning the Good Life speaker series.
Winter Term Courses 2013 New courses for Winter Term include Introduction to Continental Philosophy (Verhage) and Personal Identity (Gordon-Roth).
Nate Reisinger On Public Advocacy Nate Reisinger ('13), a Philosophy and Sociology double major with a minor in Women's and Gender Studies, discusses his work over the summer of 2012 for the Department of Public Advocacy in London, KY.
Shea Musgrave Published in Res Cogitans Shea Musgrave ('11), a Philosophy and Religion double major, has published "The Inexplicable Neutral Entity: A Critique of Metaphysical Two-Aspect Interpretations" in Res Cogitans 3 (2012).
Spring Term Courses 2012 This Spring Term the Philosophy Department is offering The Ethics of War (Prof. Smith), Art and Authenticity (Prof. Lowney) and The Philosophy of Time Travel (Prof. Goldberg).