New Faculty Appointments

The Department welcomed two new faculty members in Fall 2015, Daniel Burnston (Philosophy of Cognitive Science, Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Science) and Chad Van Schoelandt (Social and Political Philosophy, Ethics, Agency and Responsibility)

Recent Faculty Publications

Radu Bogdan

  • Mindvaults: Sociocultural Grounds for Pretending and Imagining, (MIT Press), 2013
  • "Memory as a Window on the Mind," in Parvu (ed.), Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science. Springer, 2015.
  • "Scaffolding Early Acquisitions in Communication and Language: Intuitive Psychology as Mind Designer," in Budwig et. al. (eds.), Rethinking Language and Communication Development, Cambridge University Press, 2016.

Ronna Burger

  • On Plato's Euthyphro (Carl Friedrich von Siemens Foundation, Munich, Dec. 2015).
  • "Socrates' Odyssean Return: on Plato's Charmides," in Schaeffer and Dustin, Socratic Philosophy and its Others (Rowman and Littlefield 2013)
  • "Maimonides on Knowledge of Good and Evil: The Guide of the Perplexed 1.2," in Lomax and Pangle, Political Philosophy Cross-Examined (Palgrave-Macmillan 2013).

Eric Mack

Kevin Morris

Oliver Sensen

David Shoemaker

Richard Velkley

Murphy Institute Information and Events

Tulane is home to The Murphy Institute of Political Economy, which offers an undergraduate program in political economy and supports PPE: A Journal of Politics, Philosophy, and Economics. The department is closely connected with The Murphy Institute's Center for Ethics and Public Affairs

John Howard, who is Associate Director of the Murphy Institute and teaches courses in the philosophy department, was awarded the 2007 Mortar Board Award for Excellence in Non-Tenured Teaching.

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The Murphy Institute also sponsors the New Orleans Workshop on Agency and Responsibility, the Politics, Philosophy, and Economics Conference, and the New Orleans Invitational Seminar in Ethics.

Judeo-Christian Studies Lecture Series

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