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    Harvard Department of Philosophy

    Our department has a rich and distinguished history

  • Undergraduate student

    An Exciting Present

    Our undergraduate & graduate students benefit from close interaction with a distinguished faculty

  • Alison Simmons lecturing

    Outstanding and Engaging Faculty

    Our faculty members are both accomplished scholars and stimulating teachers

  • Doctoral student

    Become Part of Our Future

    At Harvard University's Department of Philosophy, you help shape who we will become

  • Emerson Hall Entrance

    Harvard Department of Philosophy

    Our department has a rich and distinguished history

  • Undergraduate student

    An Exciting Present

    Our undergraduate & graduate students benefit from close interaction with a distinguished faculty

  • Sean Kelly lecturing

    Outstanding and Engaging Faculty

    Our faculty members are both accomplished scholars and stimulating teachers

  • Doctoral student

    Become Part of Our Future

    At Harvard University's Department of Philosophy, you help shape who we will become

  • Emerson Hall Entrance

    Harvard Department of Philosophy

    Our department has a rich and distinguished history

  • Doctoral student

    An Exciting Present

    Our undergraduate & graduate students benefit from close interaction with a distinguished faculty

  • Susanna Siegel lecturing

    Outstanding and Engaging Faculty

    Our faculty members are both accomplished scholars and stimulating teachers

  • Doctoral student

    Become Part of Our Future

    At Harvard University's Department of Philosophy, you help shape who we will become

Upcoming Events

Sep 25

Department Colloquium

4:00pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

Emerson 305

Jack Spencer (MIT) "Able to Do the Impossible"

A version of Professor Spencer's paper is available at the link above.

Sponsored by the M&E Workshop

Reception in Robbins Library to follow.

Oct 04

Islamic-Arabic Philosophy Workshop

9:00am to 4:30pm

Location: 

Robbins Library, Emerson 211, Harvard University

Schedule:

9:00 – 9:30: Coffee and Pastries

9:30 – 10:45: Jon McGinnis (Missouri – St. Louis) “Mind the Gap: Avicenna’s New Argument against Actually Infinite Space and Its Reception”

11:00 – 12:15:
Kara Richardson (Syracuse) "Avicenna on Determinism and Human Freedom"

12:30 – 1:30: Light Lunch in Robbins Library

Oct 23

Department Colloquium

4:00pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

Emerson 305

Patricia Kitcher (Columbia) "Kant, Norms, and Nature"

Sponsored by the M&E Workshop

Nov 06

Department Colloquium

4:00am to 6:00pm

Location: 

Emerson 305

Sarah Buss (Michigan)

Sponsored by the M&P Workshop

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