Metaphysics and Epistemology

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Our M&E Affinity Circle is a group of faculty and graduate students linked by the common interest in areas of Metaphysics, Epistemology, Philosophy of Mind, Modern Philosophy and  Philosophy of Science broadly construed. Our goal is to create and cultivate an inclusive environment where all are valued, included, and empowered to succeed. Our affinity group is a safe space for our colleagues and graduate students to present their ideas and receive feedback, and to provide a setting to get to know one another better.
 

Faculty Leadership:

Arezoo Islami
Patrick Smith 
  • PHIL 350 - Philosophy of Science
  • PHIL 351 - Philosophy of Risk
  • PHIL 430 - Topics in Contemporary Philosophy
    • Applicability of Mathematics
    • Transformative Knowledge
  • PHIL 605 - Metaphysics
  • PHIL 610 - Theory of Knowledge
  • PHIL 620 - Philosophy of Mind
  • PHIL 621 - Minds, Brains and Computers
  • PHIL 630 - Philosophy of Language 
  • PHIL 700 - Seminar in Selected Problems
    • Classification and Kinds
    • Embodied Cognition
    • Knowing the Unknown
  • PHIL 805 - Seminar in Metaphysics
    • Cognitive Perspectives on Space and Time 
    • Social Ontology
  • PHIL 890 - Seminar: Current Issues in Philosophy
    • Consciousness
    • Evidence and Reliability
    • Formal Epistemology
    • Philosophy of Experimentation
    • Realism and Naturalism
    • Science and Animal Cognition
    • Science and the Self