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  • Welcome to Philosophy | Philosophy
    philosophy ethics social and political philosophy epistemology philosophy of mind phenomenology and feminist philosophy with notable initiatives in Metaphysics and Environmental Philosophy All of the major philosophical approaches including analytic continental and historical approaches are represented by individual faculty members The Philosophy Department participates in three interdisciplinary programs including the Environmental Ethics Certificate Program The Institute for Women s Studies and the Institute for Artificial Intelligence The department is also home to the academic journal Ethics the Environment edited by department head Victoria Davion and conducts an active colloquium series Discover the Department Prospective Students Current Students Faculty Staff Alumni News and Events Fall 2013 Spring 2014 Colloquia Scott Heather Kleiner Lecture Series The Department of Philosophy hosts monthly colloquia featuring renowned scholars speaking on a wide variety of philosophical topics Colloquia take place on Fridays at 3 30pm in Room 205S November 15 Lorraine Code York University Canada Care Concern and Advocacy Is There a Place for Epistemic Responsibility Taking its point of entry from a judgement that purports to disqualify an eminent medical ethicist from testifying in a debate about assisted suicide this paper argues in favour of the ethical and political value of advocacy in contributing to appropriately just assessments of a putative knower s responsible participation in courtroom testimony It moves on to consider more generally the place of affect and care in knowing and in evaluating sensitive social issues Against a long tradition of distrust of advocacy in for public knowledge production it points to the incongruity of assuming that it is impossible to care and thence to advocate reasonably responsibly and knowledgeably While there is no doubt that advocacy is often enlisted to serve nefarious self interested purposes condemning all advocacy as unacceptably partial fails to acknowledge its capacity to promote viable socially concerned

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  • Directory | Philosophy
    Teaching Professor Undergraduate Coordinator harrison uga edu 706 542 2821 Helleloid Eric Ph D candidate heleri uga edu Hinders Claire Ph D candidate claire11 uga edu Hollingsworth Charles cholling gmail com Jagnow René Associate Professor rjagnow uga edu 706 542 2827 Johnson Clint Ph D candidate clintj uga edu Johnson Luke Ph D candidate ljo uga edu Kleiner Scott A Emeritus Professor skleiner uga edu 706 542 2826 Koshkaryan Marianne Part Time Instructor markosh uga edu Lai Serena Ph D candidate serenaplai gmail com Link Melissa Publications Specialist III managing editor Ethics the Environment website content editor eande uga edu 706 542 2823 Matthews Laura Ph D candidate lkmab12 uga edu McNeil Brian Ph D candidate bmcneil uga edu Meslar Sean Ph D candidate smeslar uga edu Mosch Isadora Ph D candidate imosch gmail com Moss Greg Ph D candidate greg uga edu Neher Rebecca Ph D candidate rkneher uga edu Njoroge John Ph D candidate njoroge uga edu Nute Donald Emeritus Professor dnute uga edu Parish Jason IT Professional Associate phil helpdesk franklin uga edu Patty Bradley M A candidate bjarnr uga edu Portman Anne Ph D candidate portman uga edu Preston Beth Professor Graduate Coordinator epreston uga edu 706 542 2819 Pugliese Nastassja Ph D candidate nsap uga edu Ren He Cindy Ph D candidate cindyren uga edu Rozier Charles Ph D candidate polemos charter net Samaras Athanasios Lecturer samarast uga edu 706 542 2656 Schneider Matthew Part Time Instructor schneiml uga edu 706 583 8030 Schueneman Brooke Ph D candidate lbschue uga edu Schuster Graham Ph D candidate grahams uga edu Schwartz Jackson Ph D candidate jackds uga edu Scott Robert Ph D candidate rhscott uga edu Searcy Pat Business Manager 1 psearcy uga edu 706 542 2823 Sherman Ashley Part Time Instructor asherman uga edu 706 542 2810 Shiver Anthony Ph D candidate shiver uga edu Sims Dylan Ph D candidate dsims uga edu Smith Jared M A candidate jksmith uga edu Stephens Piers Associate Professor piers uga edu 706 542 2362 Stone Taylor Ph D candidate catguy50 uga edu Tiarsmith A J Ph D candidate ajt uga edu Vacher Nathan Ph D candidate n8edge uga edu Varner Tess Ph D candidate tessv uga edu Wang Jennifer Assistant Professor jwang5 uga edu Warren Robert Ph D candidate robwarr3 uga edu Winfield Richard Dien Distinguished Research Professor winfield uga edu 706 542 2839 Woller Raymond Senior Lecturer Emeritus rwoller uga edu Wood Nathan Ph D candidate woodna uga edu Wright Ava Ph D candidate atwright uga edu Wright Sarah Associate Professor Undergraduate Advisor sawright uga edu 706 583 0530 Yudanin Michael Ph D candidate yudanin gmail com Zambrowicz Richard M A candidate rdzambrowicz tfc edu People Faculty Staff Graduate Students Discover the Department Prospective Students Current Students Faculty Staff Alumni News and Events Fall 2013 Spring 2014 Colloquia Scott Heather Kleiner Lecture Series The Department of Philosophy hosts monthly colloquia featuring renowned scholars speaking on a wide variety of philosophical topics Colloquia take place on Fridays at

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  • Programs | Philosophy
    the UGA Department of Philosophy Undergraduate Handbook Get the UGA Department of Philosophy Graduate Handbook Institute for Artificial Intelligence The Institute for Artificial Intelligence is an interdepartmental research and instructional unit within the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences of the University of Georgia The Institute for Artificial Intelligence houses two degree programs the Master of Science program in Artificial Intelligence and the bachelor s degree program in Cognitive Science Strengths include logic programming expert systems neural nets genetic algorithms natural language processing computational psycholinguistics decision making under uncertainty multiagent systems and machine learning The University of Georgia has always seen cognitive science as an interdisciplinary field where Computer Science intersects with Philosophy Psychology Linguistics Engineering and other fields Go to the Institute for Artificial Intelligence Environmental Ethics Certificate Program The Environmental Ethics Certificate Program EECP is a non degree program offered as an enhancement to an undergraduate or graduate degree The EECP provides an interdisciplinary forum for students faculty and the community to discuss social and scientific responsibilities toward our environment Formally part of the College of Environment and Design the EECP provides a forum in which philosophers scientists and scholars from all other disciplines can discuss social and scientific responsibilities toward our environment in a rational manner which clearly defines problems considers all the information and maintains our values Go to the Environmental Ethics Certificate Program Institute for Women s Studies The Institute for Women s Studies provides a feminist interdisciplinary perspective on women and gender and offers both a major and a minor for undergraduates and a certificate for graduate students Administratively a program in the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences Women s Studies cooperates with departments of all schools and colleges of the University in developing its curriculum and programming Through course work and outreach the Institute for Women s Studies offers students an opportunity to explore women s lives in global and multicultural contexts Go to the Institute for Women s Studies Discover the Department Prospective Students Current Students Courses Syllabi Course Schedules Interdisciplinary Programs Advising in Philosophy Philosophy Listserv Test link Faculty Staff Alumni News and Events Fall 2013 Spring 2014 Colloquia Scott Heather Kleiner Lecture Series The Department of Philosophy hosts monthly colloquia featuring renowned scholars speaking on a wide variety of philosophical topics Colloquia take place on Fridays at 3 30pm in Room 205S November 15 Lorraine Code York University Canada Care Concern and Advocacy Is There a Place for Epistemic Responsibility Taking its point of entry from a judgement that purports to disqualify an eminent medical ethicist from testifying in a debate about assisted suicide this paper argues in favour of the ethical and political value of advocacy in contributing to appropriately just assessments of a putative knower s responsible participation in courtroom testimony It moves on to consider more generally the place of affect and care in knowing and in evaluating sensitive social issues Against a long tradition of distrust of advocacy in for public knowledge production it points

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  • News & Events | Philosophy
    providing a forum for discussion of social and scientific responsibilities toward our environment News Events Fall 2013 Spring 2014 Colloquia Scott Heather Kleiner Lecture Series The Department of Philosophy hosts monthly colloquia featuring renowned scholars speaking on a wide variety of philosophical topics Colloquia take place on Fridays at 3 30pm in Room 205S November 15 Lorraine Code York University Canada Care Concern and Advocacy Is There a Place for Epistemic Responsibility Taking its point of entry from a judgement that purports to disqualify an eminent medical ethicist from testifying in a debate about assisted suicide this paper argues in favour of the ethical and political value of advocacy in contributing to appropriately just assessments of a putative knower s responsible participation in courtroom testimony It moves on to consider more generally the place of affect and care in knowing and in evaluating sensitive social issues Against a long tradition of distrust of advocacy in for public knowledge production it points to the incongruity of assuming that it is impossible to care and thence to advocate reasonably responsibly and knowledgeably While there is no doubt that advocacy is often enlisted to serve nefarious self interested purposes condemning all advocacy as unacceptably partial fails to acknowledge its capacity to promote viable socially concerned activist projects of intervention in unjust social orders and diversity sensitive projects of promoting social justice January 31 Steven Nadler University of Wisconsin February 7 Charles Mills Northwestern University With additional support from the Willson Center for Humanities and Arts March 21 Robert Brandom University of Pittsburgh March 28 Nathan Crilly Cambridge University April 11 Michael Nelson Oregon State University Wolves and Moose Science and Philosophy Toward the Invisible Fusion With additional support from the Willson Center for Humanities and Arts For a list of past speakers PhlColloquiaPAST

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  • Ethics & the Environment journal | Philosophy
    and Arts the Philosophy Department and the Environmental Ethics Certificate Program at the University of Georgia and edited by Victoria Davion Head of the Department of Philosophy the journal focuses on conceptual approaches in ethical theory and ecological philosophy including deep ecology and ecological feminism as they pertain to environmental issues such as environmental education and management ecological economics and ecosystem health website for Ethics the Environment Ethics the Environment is also accessible on JSTOR Discover the Department Prospective Students Current Students Faculty Staff Alumni News and Events Fall 2013 Spring 2014 Colloquia Scott Heather Kleiner Lecture Series The Department of Philosophy hosts monthly colloquia featuring renowned scholars speaking on a wide variety of philosophical topics Colloquia take place on Fridays at 3 30pm in Room 205S November 15 Lorraine Code York University Canada Care Concern and Advocacy Is There a Place for Epistemic Responsibility Taking its point of entry from a judgement that purports to disqualify an eminent medical ethicist from testifying in a debate about assisted suicide this paper argues in favour of the ethical and political value of advocacy in contributing to appropriately just assessments of a putative knower s responsible participation in courtroom testimony It moves on to consider more generally the place of affect and care in knowing and in evaluating sensitive social issues Against a long tradition of distrust of advocacy in for public knowledge production it points to the incongruity of assuming that it is impossible to care and thence to advocate reasonably responsibly and knowledgeably While there is no doubt that advocacy is often enlisted to serve nefarious self interested purposes condemning all advocacy as unacceptably partial fails to acknowledge its capacity to promote viable socially concerned activist projects of intervention in unjust social orders and diversity sensitive projects of promoting social

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  • About Us | Philosophy
    and one junior professor Piers Stephens specialize in this area Associate Professor Sarah Wright has a strong interest in this area and has published in it Professor Beth Preston has research and teaching interests in philosophy of technology a cognate area We have a highly respected journal Ethics the Environment housed in the department and we have a strong collaboration with the Environmental Ethics Certificate Program and the Institute of Women s Studies both of which have content highly relevant to Environmental Philosophy Metaphysics Metaphysics investigates the most general sorts of issues about the nature of reality What are space and time What is being Are there universals as well as particulars Is the mental something over and above the physical Do we have free will Is free will possible in a deterministic world Departmental faculty who are currently working and publishing in this area include Yuri Balashov and Charles Cross in analytic metaphysics O Bradley Bassler Edward Halper and Elizabeth Brient in history of metaphysics and Richard Winfield in neo Hegelian systematic metaphysics Philosophy Listserv If you are interested in signing up for our Philosophy Listserv for info about events calls for papers or general announcements please click here Discover the Department Prospective Students Current Students Faculty Staff Alumni News and Events Fall 2013 Spring 2014 Colloquia Scott Heather Kleiner Lecture Series The Department of Philosophy hosts monthly colloquia featuring renowned scholars speaking on a wide variety of philosophical topics Colloquia take place on Fridays at 3 30pm in Room 205S November 15 Lorraine Code York University Canada Care Concern and Advocacy Is There a Place for Epistemic Responsibility Taking its point of entry from a judgement that purports to disqualify an eminent medical ethicist from testifying in a debate about assisted suicide this paper argues in favour of

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  • Find or Contact Us | Philosophy
    at the Main Library and riders debark on Jackson Street directly behind Peabody Hall For a UGA bus route map visit UGA Campus Transit Additionally many Athens Transit bus routes run through UGA s campus and all debark at the Multi Modal Transportation Center on the eastern edge of downtown Athens where riders can transfer to a UGA bus UGA students and employees can ride Athens Transit free of charge Visit Athens Transit s website for route details For general inquiries about the Department of Philosophy phone 706 542 2823 or e mail nautry uga edu Discover the Department Prospective Students Current Students Faculty Staff Alumni News and Events Fall 2013 Spring 2014 Colloquia Scott Heather Kleiner Lecture Series The Department of Philosophy hosts monthly colloquia featuring renowned scholars speaking on a wide variety of philosophical topics Colloquia take place on Fridays at 3 30pm in Room 205S November 15 Lorraine Code York University Canada Care Concern and Advocacy Is There a Place for Epistemic Responsibility Taking its point of entry from a judgement that purports to disqualify an eminent medical ethicist from testifying in a debate about assisted suicide this paper argues in favour of the ethical and political value of advocacy in contributing to appropriately just assessments of a putative knower s responsible participation in courtroom testimony It moves on to consider more generally the place of affect and care in knowing and in evaluating sensitive social issues Against a long tradition of distrust of advocacy in for public knowledge production it points to the incongruity of assuming that it is impossible to care and thence to advocate reasonably responsibly and knowledgeably While there is no doubt that advocacy is often enlisted to serve nefarious self interested purposes condemning all advocacy as unacceptably partial fails to acknowledge its

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  • Prospective Students | Philosophy
    the Environment journal An interdisciplinary forum for theoretical and practical articles and book reviews in the broad area of environmental ethics Ethics the Environment is edited by Philosophy Department head Victoria Davion Environmental Ethics Certificate The Department of Philosopy participates in this interdisciplinary program within the College of Environment Design providing a forum for discussion of social and scientific responsibilities toward our environment Prospective Students The study of Philosophy enhances analytical critical and communicative skills that are applicable to any subject Philosophy is a traditional major for pre law and pre medical students and is a desirable accompaniment to a career in the sciences business communications political science and many other disciplines requiring advanced thought and comprehension of complex issues In addition to a full undergraduate program leading to an A B The University of Georgia Department of Philosopy offers both a terminal M A and a Ph D in Philosophy Courses Visit the UGA Bulletin for a list of courses in Philosophy Syllabi Visit the UGA Syllabus System to access syllabi for current and past Philosophy courses Course Schedules Get the current and previous course schedules for Philosophy Interdisciplinary Programs Several unique opportunities for interdisciplinary study that are often

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