Brady Bowman has been awarded the Journal of the History of Philosophy’s Article Prize for 2012 for his article: “Spinozist Pantheism and the Truth of ‘Sense Certainty’: What the Eleusinian Mysteries Tell us about Hegel’s Phenomenology." The department congratulates Brady for this prestigious award, and is happy to note that he will be teaching at 400-level course on Spinoza in the fall of 2013 so our undergraduate and graduate students alike will have an opportunity to learn from him first hand about Spinoza.
We are pleased to announce the appearance of the inaugural issue of the journal Critical Philosophy of Race. The online version is available on both JSTOR and Project Muse’s sites.
Congratulations to the editors, our own Robert Bernasconi, Kathryn Gines and Paul Taylor. And thanks to the Rock Ethics Institute for its support of the creation of the journal.