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COURSE HIGHLIGHTS

PHILOSOPHY 2030G: Philosophy of Science

PHILOSOPHY 2091G: Philosophy in Literature

PHILOSOPHY 2350G: The Darwinian Revolution

PHILOSOPHY 2370G: Science and Values

PHILOSOPHY 3026G: Locke

MEET OUR PEOPLE

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Devin Henry's primary research is centered around Ancient Philosophy, History & Philosophy of Science. His interests fall into two main areas, Aristotle’s philosophy of science (natural science), and Plato's moral philosophy (pleasure and its role in the good life). Devin's recent publications include Bridging the Gap Between Aristotle's Science and Ethics (2015) and "Substantial Generation in Physics I 5-7", Aristotle's Physics: A Critical Guide (2015). 

News

Tracy de Boer: Finding reason for hope in a wrong-way election. Read more.

Tracy de Boer asks the question, "Is this generation 'soft'?", in the latest issue of the Western News. Read the story here. 

Feminist Philosophy Quarterly (FPQ) Volume 2, Issue 2 (2016) has just been released. Read it here

September 2016 Newsletter: featuring recent and forthcoming publications, seminars, events and recent awards. Read more.

Charles Weijer has been named among the nation's top scholars in the arts, humanities, and sciences by the Royal Society of Canada. Read more 

Chair's Annual Essay Prize 2015-16 Winner: Francesco Lucia for his essay,"On the Alleged Inconsistency of Weak Epistemic Egoism”, written for Professor Sullivan’s PHIL 3501G: Epistemology. Read more

Samantha Brennan comments on the ethically challenging Chris Bosh case in the New York Times. Read more

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