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Christine M. Korsgaard to receive 2023 Rescher Medal

March 30, 2022

Christine M. Korsgaard, Arthur Kingsley Porter Research Professor of Philosophy, won the 2023 Nicholas Rescher Medal for Contributions to Systematic Philosophy.

The Rescher Prize, created in 2010, is “intended to counter present-day tendencies to narrow specialization by rewarding and showcasing the work of philosophers who have addressed the historical ‘big questions’ of the field in ways that nevertheless command the respect of specialists.” You can read more about the 2023 Rescher Medal...

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Recording Now Available: “Ethical Reasoning for Computer Scientists” with Jeff Behrends, James Mickens, and Trystan Goetze

December 7, 2021

On Wednesday, November 10, 2021, Jeff Behrends, James Mickens, and Trystan Goetze participated in a panel discussion on Ethical Reasoning for Computer Scientists as a follow-on to HILT’s 2021 Conference

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Christine M. Korsgaard and Trystan Goetze to speak at 2022 Eastern Division APA Conference

November 30, 2021

On the evening of Thursday, January 6, Dr. Trystan Goetze will be presenting a paper entitled “The Moral Emotions and Epistemic Accountability, or, Don’t Get Mad, but There Is No Such Thing as (Purely) Epistemic Blame” as part of the Society for Philosophy of Emotion affiliate program at the...

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Interview with Sean Kelly on "Existentialism, Nihilism, and the Search for Meaning"

November 29, 2021

Professor Sean Kelly has been featured in a recent interview with Tech Podcaster Lex Fridman, which is available for viewing here. In the episode, entitled “Existentialism, Nihilism, and the Search for Meaning,” Professor Kelly discusses existentialism as it pertains to manifold topics, such as...

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