Curtis D. Gridley

Curtis D. Gridley, a great friend to the Philosophy Department, sadly passed away last month.

The schedule for the 41st Kansas Philosophical Society meeting is now available. The meeting will take place at WSU on Saturday, April 13. Click this story for the schedule and additional information about this year's meeting.

Emeritus Professors Deborah Soles (left) and David Soles (right)

Please join us on Thursday, September 7th, when Emeritus Professors David Soles and Deborah Soles will deliver a talk entitled "Considerations on Loyalty." The talk will begin at 3:30pm in RSC 301 (Gridley Room).

Cover art for Reclaiming Space edited by James Schwartz, Linda Billings, and Erika Nesvold

Professor James Schwartz is the lead editor of a new Oxford University Press volume, "Reclaiming Space: Progressive and Multicultural Visions of Space Exploration," which platforms marginalized and underrepresented perspectives on space exploration. The volume will appear in late March and is available for pre-order.

Cover image of The Moral Psychology of Hate, edited by Noell Birondo

Former Chair and Professor Noell Birondo's edited collection "The Moral Psychology of Hate" (Rowman & Littlefield, 2022) was recently awarded Choice magazine's award for 2022 Outstanding Academic Title. Congratulations, Prof. Birondo!

Professor Patrick Bondy

Professor Patrick Bondy was recently awarded a University Research/Creative Projects Award (URCA) in support of his project "Wittgenstein on Knowledge, Disagreement, Skepticism, and Relativism." Congratulations, Professor Bondy!

Professor Susan Castro

Department Chair and Associate Professor of Philosophy Susan Castro was featured in a recent article of The Sunflower.

Professor Robert Feleppa serving as Grand Marshall for WSU's 2022 Spring Commencement.

Professor Robert Feleppa, who has been a member of WSU's Philosophy Department since 1980, retired following the Spring 2022 semester, and was granted Emeritus status.

Professor Patrick Bondy

Professor Patrick Bondy will deliver a Zoom lecture entitled "Can Rational Persuasion be Epistemically Paternalistic?" on April 8 at 2:00pm for the University of Windsor's Centre for Research in Reasoning, Argumentation and Rhetoric.

Dr. Radebaugh's talk, “Champlain Tower Collapse in Surfside Florida, 2021: The Canary in the Coal Mine?” will be delivered at 11 a.m. and 12:30 p.m on March 9 at Ahlberg Hall (Room 201). He will discuss the conundrum faced by the engineers who were charged with determining whether the building was safe or not. The event is free and open to the public.