J. Piers Rawling & Philip Wilson Edit The Routledge Handbook of Translation and Philosophy


Rawling and Wilson edit a new volume, The Routledge Handbook of Translation and Philosophy. Find out more about it and where to get it.

Mark LeBar Edits A Volume On Justice


Mark LeBar's edited volume, Justice, has been published with Oxford University Press. Find out more about the book and where to get it.

Mirja Pérez De Calleja becomes Postdoc at National Autonomous University of Mexico


Mirja Pérez De Calleja will become a postdoctoral fellow at the Philosophical Research Institute at the National Autonomous University of Mexico starting in the Fall. Mirja's dissertation was about free will and luck, titled "Free Will, Luck, and Indoctrination".

Gabriel De Marco Becomes Postdoc at Oxford


Gabriel De Marco will become Research Fellow in Applied Moral Philosophy at the Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics at University of Oxford starting in the Fall. Gabe's dissertation was about free will and moral responsibility, titled "Manipulation, Moral Responsibility, and History". Learn more about Gabe from his PhilPapers profile

John Schwenkler Awarded Grant To Study Psychology & Neuroscience


Thanks to the support of the Templeton Foundation, Associate Professor of Philosophy John Schwenkler has been awarded $217,400 to spend three years taking graduate coursework and conducting laboratory research in psychology and neuroscience.

Peter Takacs (2017) awarded a three-year post-doc in Australia


Peter will be funded from the Philosophy of Medicine for the 21st Century grant. Click for more details.

FSU Philosophy Department Announces Four New Hires


The Florida State University Philosophy Department is pleased to announce four new faculty hires for Fall 2018: Andrea Westlund, Edward Hinchman, Michael Bokoski, and Sarah Vincent.

FSU Philosophers featured in Across The Spectrum Magazine


Tracie Mahaffey discusses her course “Fantasy Girls: Philosophical Examinations of Women and Girls in Fantasy and Science Fiction" and Piers Rawling discusses the skills learned and careers made possible by majoring in philosophy.

2018 Minorities and Philosophy Conference


This year's Minorities and Philosophy Conference takes place on April 6th, 2018 in the Center for Global Engagement (110 S. Woodward Ave.) and Dodd Hall Auditorium (646 W. Jefferson St.). The keynote speaker is Dr. Lisa Miracchi (University of Pennsylvania). Find out about the program, parking, and more in this article.

Recent Faculty Publications


View five recent publications by FSU Philosophy faculty.