Chair: Jeffrey Seidman;
Professors: Giovanna Borradori, Jennifer Church, Uma Narayan, Bryan Van Nordenab;
Associate Professors: Jamie Kelly, Barry Lama, Jeffrey Seidman, Douglas Winblad;
Assistant Professors: Christopher C. Raymond;
Visiting Assistant Professors: Li Kang, Osman Nemli;
Adjunct Assistant Professor: Marco Dees;
Post-doctoral Fellow: Sofia Ortiz-Hinojosa.
a On leave 2017/18, first semester
ab On leave 2017/18
Philosophy as a discipline reflects both speculatively and critically on the world, our actions, and our claims to knowledge. It pays special attention to questions and problems that other fields neglect or may be unable to resolve. The Department of Philosophy offers a variety of courses of study that not only introduce students to the great philosophical achievements of the past and present but also aim to teach them how to think, write, and speak philosophically themselves.
Philosophy Major Advisors: The Faculty
Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art Correlate Sequence Advisers: Giovanna Borradori and Jennifer Church
Comparative Philosophy Correlate Sequence Adviser: Bryan Van Norden
Ethics and Social and Political Philosophy Correlate Sequence Advisers: Uma Narayan, Jeffrey Seidman and Jamie Kelly
Continental Philosophy Correlate Sequence Advisers: Giovanna Borradori
History of Western Philosophy Correlate Sequence Adviser: Christopher Raymond
Analytic Philosophy Correlate Sequence Advisers: Jennifer Church, Barry Lam and Douglas Winblad
Correlate Sequences in Philosophy
The philosophy department offers six different correlate sequences. In each sequence a total of 6 units is required. The required 300-level seminar may be taken twice if the topics differ; students may also petition to count an appropriate PHIL 280.
Correlate sequences may be designed for other subfields in philosophy; for example, philosophy and gender, philosophy of science, and classical philosophy. However, students must obtain approval from the department for any correlate or alternative correlate sequence prior to the beginning of their senior year.
Philosophy: I. Introductory
Philosophy: II. Intermediate
Philosophy: III. Advanced