The CSU Philosophy Department office has moved online. All staff and faculty are working remotely and available by email. For general questions, Abby Marweg (email@example.com) is available online during regular office hours. Please consult our directory to get in touch with Philosophy faculty directly.
The philosophy department at Colorado State University has an extraordinary legacy in environmental scholarship including foundational work in environmental ethics. As part of CSU’s sesquicentennial celebration, and in conjunction with Earth Day 2020, the philosophy department continues this legacy by hosting the upcoming conference, The Future of Environmental Ethics: Exploring New Directions and Rethinking Where We’ve Been, to be held April 14-17, 2020.
Katie McShane is an ethicist; Idris Hamid is a metaphysician. She studies a love of place; he investigates dimensions of space. She tackles environmental policy discourse; he’s knee-deep in Islamic cosmology. Although these thinkers come from different worlds personally and philosophically, they do share a common perspective on what’s lacking in modern conceptions of place and space—a sense of value.
Congratulations to all our Fall 2019 grads! We’ve got a talented bunch graduating this semester and we wish them the best in their next journey. Philosophy’s own, Shayne Weber, is being recognized by the College of Liberal Arts as an especially outstanding graduate.
The Philosophy Department is hosting the first Bodaken Symposium Workshop this Tuesday and Wednesday, October 15-16, in Lory Student Center 376-378. The theme of the workshop is Living Together Online: Social Epistemology, Ethics, and the Internet. The workshop will feature philosophical talks and discussions about the epistemological and ethical challenges of our shared digital world. […]
Matt MacKenzie plans to enrich the student experience through high-impact practices, and support faculty research and teaching initiatives.
Veterans are increasingly choosing philosophy degrees to enhance critical thinking, find meaning, and process their military experiences.
Our faculty and students travel the world to examine the origins of global philosophical traditions and their expression in contemporary practices.
The Bodaken Philosophy Symposium completes its first year and launches the second with an upcoming workshop on the theoretical and practical challenges of social life in the digital age.
From retirements and career milestones to groundbreaking research and new projects, our faculty and alumni continue to engage philosophy to deepen our understanding of the world.