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Phenomenological Approaches to Physics

"Three Department members spoke at the Phenomenological Approaches to Physics conference in June, held in Sweden at Linköping University: Bob Crease, Delicia Kamins, and Gino Elia on Zoom."

Three Department members spoke at the Phenomenological Approaches to Physics conference in June, held in Sweden at Linköping University: Bob Crease, Delicia Kamins, and Gino Elia on Zoom.

 


In the Stony Brook Philosophy Department, philosophy is more an activity than an artifact, more a collective vocation than a solitary pursuit.

Spotlight

And the Award Goes To

Please join the Department of Philosophy as we proudly recognize  the  accomplishments of our students and colleagues.

President's Award for Excellence in Teaching by a Graduate Student
Stephanie Struble

Chancellor's Award for Student Excellence
Alice Mo 

Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Adjunct Teaching
Jennifer Lyons Carter

2022 Jane & Armando Jannelli - URECA Award
Noor Imran

2022 William James Prize
Caleb Ward

2021 William Thomson, Lord Kelvin Medal and Prize
Robert Crease


The Department of Philosophy is very fortunate to have such talented and inspiring people on our team. 


 

News & Announcements

Congratulations to Jennifer Carter!

J CarterJennifer Carter, Ph.D., a lecturer teaching in the Department of Philosophy and the College of Business, is one of six SBU adjunct faculty members selected for the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Adjunct Teaching given by the State University of New York (SUNY). The awards are conferred to acknowledge and provide system-wide recognition for superior professional achievement and to encourage the ongoing pursuit of continuous academic excellence. The Excellence in Adjunct Teaching is a new award category, which recognizes consistently superior teaching at the graduate, undergraduate or professional level.  


 

Turning EmotionProf. Ed Casey has just published Turning Emotion Inside Out:  Affective Life  beyond the Subject. He argues that many emotions do not stem from human subjectivity, as is too often assumed. They also derive from elsewhere: from human/animal relations as well as whole environments and atmospheres.


 

PrometheusProfessor Landon Frim (SBU 2012) and Dr. Harrison Fluss (SBU 2016) just published the monograph Prometheus and Gaia. Technology, Ecology and Anti-Humanism with Anthem Press (February 2022).