Philosophy professor Sarah Holtman is finishing up a book on the role of social welfare and the state in the works of Immanuel Kant. Due for publication in the summer of 2018, the book will provide a valuable resource for scholars and laypersons alike.
For spring 2018, a cohort of philosophy undergraduates is reviving Epistemai, a journal that stopped publication about 10 years ago. It’s being modeled on professional peer-reviewed journals and providing students hands-on skills for a brainy discipline.
With Jessica Gordon-Roth's specialization in feminist philosophy and Roy T. Cook's attention on mathematical logic, semantic paradoxes, and the aesthetics of Lego sculptures, they might seem like an unlikely pair of collaborators. But the two philosophy professors have found overlap in a topic that they argue is in desperate need of philosophical reflection: feminist philosophy and formal logic.