Her desire for ethical eating and living leads grad student Cori Persinger to a cross-cultural discussion of hunting ethics and her first deer kill.
Philosophers and scientists team up on efforts to build trust in science and successfully communicate its results.
Retired philosophy faculty spend lots of time doing philosophy! They are also having lots of fun—in the vineyard, on the pickleball court, and on globe-trotting adventures.
CSU Philosophy faculty hosted a record-breaking number of public lectures, deepened campus partnerships, practiced innovative teaching, and engaged in nonstop research this year.
How can we all experience similar emotions when we hear a piece of music played? What makes the tones and tempo of music universal? Domenica Romagni investigates the aesthetics of music and how it can arouse emotion and strengthen empathetic connection.
Meet CSU’s graduating class of philosophy majors! These inquisitive, deep-thinking, creative, and socially-minded young people are sure to make their mark on the world.
As part of the $500,000 NEH Infrastructure and Capacity Building Challenge Grant, the college must raise approximately $1.5 million in matching funds for the project within the next five years.
In 2022-23, CSU embarked on a thematic year of health. From artists to sociologists, our faculty explored issues of health.
Part of a series exploring humanity’s most enduring questions, the class looks at the concept of happiness through multiple lenses.
Recent alumni Walker Urban and Molly Moxness applied philosophy to business when they were Ethics Scholars interns for the Better Business Bureau in northern Colorado, helping local businesses with their application for the Torch Awards, and proving that philosophy has very tangible real-world applications.