Philosophy: Related Content
The College is pleased to announce that Jane Burkhardt ’62 has made a gift to establish two endowed scholarships in Literature and Philosophy.
Cubby, a “quirky queer coming-of-age comedy” co-directed by Ben Mankoff ’11, has been making the rounds of the international queer film festival circuit since its release earlier this year. The film was included in Italy’s 2019 Torino LGBTQI International Film Festival and has since been part of festivals in Barcelona, Toronto, San Francisco, Ireland, and Los Angeles.
If Picasso doodled on a napkin, contemporary art lovers and critics alike would probably scrutinize it for signs of genius.
"Surviving a traumatic event isn’t a prerequisite for making great artworks" says K. E. Gover of Kristine Stiles' Concerning Consequences: Studies in Art, Destruction, and Trauma, which was published in May 2016 by the University of Chicago Press.
Antony Shipman ‘17 and faculty member in philosophy Karen Gover will present a panel at the symposium “Engagement: Philosophy and Dance” at Texas State University in San Marcos on September 8-10.
Philosophy faculty member Karen Gover was named winner of the American Society for Aesthetics' 2011 John Fisher Memorial Prize, awarded bi-annually for an original essay in aesthetics.
Philosophy faculty member Paul Voice examines the influential work of prominent political philosopher John Rawls in his new book Rawls Explained, published this month by Open Court Press.
Philosophy faculty member and art critic Karen Gover's review of Barry Bartlett's new work appeared in a recent issue of Ceramics: Art and Perception, a leading international magazine in the field of ceramic arts.
Doug Kremm is a philosopher with broad-ranging interests in normative ethics, metaethics, moral psychology, and the history of ethics (especially ancient Greek ethics). His teaching aims to cultivate the pursuit of ethical reflection as part of a life well lived.
Catherine McKeen is a philosopher whose research focuses on ancient Greek thought, gender, and politics.
Paul Voice is a scholar of moral and political philosophy with interests in problems of justice, liberalism, and pluralism.
Kimberly Van Orman is a philosopher of the mind whose work stretches into the philosophy of science and who asks what minds are made of and how they are formed from experience.
Karen Gover teaches philosophy of art, ancient Greek and continental philosophy, and is an active art critic.