News & Events
Our faculty and alumni constantly engage with contemporary philosophical issues in the community and publish collaborative research in nationally-recognized journals.
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Lisa Titus: Panel Discussion
Navigating AI Writing in the University Classroom
February 28, 2023
Lisa Titus was a panelist for an event held by the DU Office of Teaching and Learning which discussed ChatGPT and AI in the classroom.
Event organizer, Leslie Alvarez, has also created a repository of resources on this topic.
American Philosophical Association Conference
Faculty present at the Central Division Meeting
February 22-25, 2023
Marco Nathan presented a paper titled "Black Boxes and Red Herrings" as part of the Deep South Philosophy and Neuroscience Workgroup.
Naomi Reshotko was a commentator on a panel on The Value of Persons and Virtue Ethics.
Lisa Titus chaired a panel on Mental States and was a commentator on a paper by Robin Hill (University of Wyoming) titled "Framing the Problem".
Several DU Philosophy alumni also participated.
Lisa Titus: Conversation Series
Growing Up in Academia - The Stories Behind the Official CV
February 7, 2023
Professor Lisa Titus was featured in the Growing Up in Academia - The Stories Behind the Official CV conversation series in February. Each event features an interview with a different faculty member, representing the broad spectrum of academic life. These events are hosted and presented by Lucia Melloni from the Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics.
Naomi Reshotko: Book
Opining Beauty Itself
September 30, 2022
Professor Naomi Reshotko released her latest book, Opining Beauty Itself, in September 2022. Reshotko's book was published with SUNY (The State University of New York) Press.
Marco Nathan: Paper
"Toward a Predictive Philosophy of Cognitive Neuroscience"
September 22, 2022
Professor and Department Chair, Marco Nathan, presented his paper, "Toward a Predictive Philosophy of Cognitive Neuroscience" at the 37th Annual Boulder Conference on the History and Philosophy of Science on September 10th, and also at the 5th Annual Deep South Philosophy and Neuroscience Workgroup on September 22nd.