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  • Philosophy
    March 18 2014 Whether you re haggling in the agora in 400 03 10 14 Meg Marquis Elisia Cohen Honored With Sarah Bennett Holmes Awards by Whitney Harder March 7 2014 Two University of Kentucky women who 03 04 14 A S Faculty and Staff Nominated for Sarah Bennett Holmes Award by Whitney Harder Feb 28 2014 Nominations for the 11 07 13 UK Community Encouraged to Get Involved at NCUR 2014 video courtesy of UK Public Relations Marketing article by Jenny 10 11 13 A S Undergrad Ryan Pitts Accepted into Prestigious Duke Law Program Oct 11 2013 While pursuing undergraduate degrees in 09 27 13 A World With Fewer Blinders by Guy Spriggs Sept 27 2013 For almost a decade UK 05 22 13 Faculty Promotions Congratulations to Clare Batty and Eric Sanday who have been promoted to 05 22 13 Philosophy PhD Graduates Hired as Faculty We congratulate several Philosophy Department PhD graduates who were hired this 05 22 13 Faculty and Graduate Students Receive Fellowships Several Philosophy Department faculty and graduate students have been awarded 05 22 13 Philosophy Department Student Awards A number of students received awards from the Philosophy Department in 2012 13 05 22 13 Philosophy Graduate Student Conference The Philosophy Graduate Student Association hosted its sixteenth annual 05 22 13 Breazeale Awarded Distinguished Service Professorship Professor Dan Breazeale of the Philosophy Department has been named a Provost s Events Events 09 26 14 Speakers Series Tristam McPherson SC 228 4 00pm 10 03 14 The State of Democracy in Latin America Patterson Office Tower 18th floor 3 00pm Catherine Conaghan and Enrique Peruzzotti 10 24 14 Speaker Series Taylor Carman SC 357 4 00pm 11 07 14 Speaker Series Nathan Jacobs John Braon SC 357 4 00pm News Calendar Dean s Blog

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  • Philosophy
    Philosophy Associate Professor clare batty uky edu 1437 Patterson Office Tower On leave 2014 15 859 257 7109 Stefan Bird Pollan Philosophy Social Theory Assistant Professor stefanbirdpollan uky edu 1421 Patterson Office Tower David Bradshaw Philosophy Professor Director of Graduate Studies david bradshaw uky edu 1405 Patterson Office Tower 859 257 7107 Daniel Breazeale Philosophy Professor breazeal uky edu 1417 Patterson Office Tower 859 257 4376 Ron Bruzina Philosophy Professor rbruzina uky edu 1431 Patterson Office Tower 859 257 1187 Caroline A Buchanan Philosophy Teaching Assistant caroline a buchanan uky edu 1402 Patterson Office Tower 859 257 1862 Keith Buhler Philosophy Teaching Assistant Office Hours Tues Thurs 12 00 1 00pm in POT 14th floor keith buhler uky edu 1402 Patterson Office Tower 859 955 0822 Kyle Burchett Philosophy PTI aka Professor kyle burchett uky edu 1406 Patterson Office Tower 859 257 1861 Joan Callahan Gender Women s Studies Philosophy Emeritus Faculty Brian Carlson Philosophy Instructor 2010 present Teaching Assistant 2009 10 BRIAN CARLSON UKY EDU 1406 POT Aileen Carroll Philosophy Teaching Assistant ARCARROLL UKY EDU 1402 POT Michelle Catlin Philosophy MICHELLE CATLIN UKY EDU 1406 POT Suraj Chaudhary Philosophy Teaching Assistant M W F 11am 12pm suraj chaudhary uky edu 1402 Patterson Office Tower 859 257 3517 Pedro Della Rosa Matheus Philosophy Teaching Assistant Paul DiRado Philosophy Teaching Assistant paul dirado uky edu 1402 Patterson Office Tower 480 242 5897 Morgan Dow Philosophy Teaching Assistant morgan dow uky edu 1402 Patterson Office Tower Arnold Farr Philosophy Associate Professor arnold farr uky edu 1403 Patterson Office Tower 859 257 9414 Pages 1 2 3 next last News Calendar Dean s Blog A S Blogs Videos Photos Podcasts Ampersand Momentum Areas of Study African American and Africana Studies Air Force ROTC Aerospace Studies American Studies Anthropology Appalachian Center Appalachian Studies Program

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  • User account | Philosophy
    Me What Does a Philosopher Look Like Education Abroad Student Code of Conduct Living Learning Programs Faculty Research Faculty Research Colloquia and Events Faculty Directory Alumni Friends Ampersand Give to A S Update Your Information Alumni Success Stories Share this page User account Connect User Controls Add extra section page Primary tabs Log in active tab Request new password Username Enter your Philosophy username Password Enter the password that accompanies your username This login is SSL protected News Calendar Dean s Blog A S Blogs Videos Photos Podcasts Ampersand Momentum Areas of Study African American and Africana Studies Air Force ROTC Aerospace Studies American Studies Anthropology Appalachian Center Appalachian Studies Program Arabic Islamic Studies Army ROTC Military Science Biology Center for English as a Second Language ESL Chemistry Chinese Studies Classics Cognitive Science Earth Environmental Sciences Economics English Foreign Language and International Economics Folklore Mythology French Studies Gender Women s Studies Geography German Studies Greek Health Society Populations Hispanic Studies History Indian Culture International Studies Italian Japan Studies Jewish Studies Latin American Studies Latin Studies Linguistics Mathematics Mathematical Economics Modern Classical Languages Literatures Cultures Philosophy Physics Astronomy Political Science Psychology Russian Studies Social Theory Sociology Statistics Writing Rhetoric Digital Studies

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  • About Philosophy | Philosophy
    Alumni Friends Ampersand Give to A S Update Your Information Alumni Success Stories Share this page About Philosophy About Philosophy Adjunct Faculty Chair s Message Emeritus Faculty History Mission Values Courses Where Can Philosophy Take Me What Does a Philosopher Look Like Department of Philosophy University of Kentucky 1415 Patterson Office Tower Lexington Kentucky 40506 0027 Department Phone 859 257 1862 Fax Number 859 257 3286 Department Chair Prof Brandon Look Director Undergraduate Studies Prof Alan Perreiah Director Graduate Studies Prof David Bradshaw Departmental Secretary Katie Barret Graduate School Undergraduate Admissions Questions or Comments Email or Phone 800 288 4597 Adjunct Faculty News Calendar Dean s Blog A S Blogs Videos Photos Podcasts Ampersand Momentum Areas of Study African American and Africana Studies Air Force ROTC Aerospace Studies American Studies Anthropology Appalachian Center Appalachian Studies Program Arabic Islamic Studies Army ROTC Military Science Biology Center for English as a Second Language ESL Chemistry Chinese Studies Classics Cognitive Science Earth Environmental Sciences Economics English Foreign Language and International Economics Folklore Mythology French Studies Gender Women s Studies Geography German Studies Greek Health Society Populations Hispanic Studies History Indian Culture International Studies Italian Japan Studies Jewish Studies Latin American Studies Latin Studies

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  • Chair's Message | Philosophy
    a philosophical education in its breadth and depth that rivals that offered by any program in the country Our faculty members have been very productive in the last few years publishing a number of books including Husserl s Constitutive Phenomenology by Bob Sandmeyer Routledge 2008 Critical Theory and Democratic Vision by Arnold Farr Lexington Books 2009 The Moral Skeptic by Anita Superson Oxford University Press 2009 The Timespace of Human Activity by Ted Schatzki Lexington Books 2010 The Continuum Companion to Leibniz edited by Brandon Look Continuum 2011 and Out from the Shadows Analytic Feminist Contributions to Traditional Philosophy co edited by Anita Superson Oxford 2012 And their work has been supported by grants fellowships and memberships from a number of distinguished organizations the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation the American Association of University Women the Institute for Advanced Study the National Endowment for the Humanities and the National Science Foundation We are especially proud that our colleague Daniel Breazeale was recently named a Provost s Distinguished Service Professor the highest faculty award within the university for his remarkable scholarly achievement in the field of eighteenth and nineteenth century German philosophy and for his teaching and service at the university Our department plays an important role not only in educating Philosophy majors but also in educating undergraduates from all parts of the University of Kentucky community We offer a wide variety of courses that fulfill a number of requirements in the university s General Education or UK Core curriculum For example Philosophy 100 Introduction to Philosophy Knowledge and Reality and Philosophy 310 The Philosophy of Human Nature fulfill the university s requirement for intellectual inquiry in the humanities Philosophy 120 Introductory Logic fulfills the requirement for foundations in quantitative reasoning Philosophy 130 Introduction to Philosophy Morality and Society and Philosophy 335

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  • Mission & Values | Philosophy
    Events Faculty Directory Alumni Friends Ampersand Give to A S Update Your Information Alumni Success Stories Share this page Mission Values About Philosophy Adjunct Faculty Chair s Message Emeritus Faculty History Mission Values Courses Where Can Philosophy Take Me What Does a Philosopher Look Like The mission of the Department of Philosophy is to provide instruction to our graduate and undergraduate students comparable in quality to the best instruction they could receive anywhere in the country in the areas we cover and to provide an intellectual environment conducive to facilitating research and scholarship of the highest order History up Courses News Calendar Dean s Blog A S Blogs Videos Photos Podcasts Ampersand Momentum Areas of Study African American and Africana Studies Air Force ROTC Aerospace Studies American Studies Anthropology Appalachian Center Appalachian Studies Program Arabic Islamic Studies Army ROTC Military Science Biology Center for English as a Second Language ESL Chemistry Chinese Studies Classics Cognitive Science Earth Environmental Sciences Economics English Foreign Language and International Economics Folklore Mythology French Studies Gender Women s Studies Geography German Studies Greek Health Society Populations Hispanic Studies History Indian Culture International Studies Italian Japan Studies Jewish Studies Latin American Studies Latin Studies Linguistics Mathematics

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  • History | Philosophy
    diversify its faculty under the able direction of a series of new departmental chairs By the early 1990 s the faculty had grown to fifteen full time members This same period saw the official launch of the Ph D program that had been in the planning stages since the 1960 s and had therefore been the subject of intense and protracted discussion by the faculty and administration for nearly two decades prior to admitting its first Ph D student in 1981 Despite concerns about the relatively tight job market in Philosophy the Department the College of Arts and Sciences the University administration and the Council of Higher Education as the state Council on Post Secondary Education was then called all arrived at the same conclusions 1 that offering a Ph D in Philosophy would enhance the university s ability to serve the needs of the students on the Lexington Campus not merely the needs of Philosophy majors or graduate students but those of the student body as a whole 2 that the inauguration of a Ph D program in philosophy would help the University of Kentucky better serve the needs of the citizens of the Commonwealth of Kentucky as well as those of surrounding regions 3 that the rising aspirations of the University of Kentucky to be recognized as a nationally ranked research institution absolutely demanded that like our benchmarks and aspiration models we too have a Ph D level program in a discipline as central to the teaching and research goals of any university as the Department of Philosophy 4 that the quality of the new Ph D program was more important than the quantity of degrees it might grant and finally 5 that the long and deliberate process of assembling a highly professional faculty capable of instituting and running such a program had been fully achieved It was therefore with a sense of pride and accomplishment that we granted our first Ph D in 1986 By the mid 1990 s the graduate program in philosophy had evolved to the point that we no longer accepted students interested in pursing only the M A degree Henceforth all our graduate students were enrolled in the Ph D program and the M A became just a step along the professional path leading to the Ph D Around the same time we also made a decision to limit the number of students admitted to our Ph D program to those for whom we could provide financial support whether in the form of Fellowships or Teaching Assistantships In 2002 the Department of Philosophy had a total of 18 tenured or tenure track faculty Because of recent retirements and departures that number has now declined to 16 plus two Instructors Ours is an exceptionally diverse faculty with an unusually wide variety of research specialties and teaching interests This reflects our long standing collective commitment to being a genuinely pluralistic department and to exposing our undergraduate and graduate students to a broad range of philosophical

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  • Courses | Philosophy
    500 Level 600 Level 700 Level PHI PHI 100 Intro Phi PHI 120 Introductory Logic PHI 130 Intro Phi PHI 260 His Phi Igrk Beginnings To The Mid Ages PHI 270 His Phi II PHI 300 Special Topics In Philosophy PHI 305 Health Care Ethics PHI 310 Phi Of Human Nature PHI 315 Philosophy And Science Fiction PHI 317 Existentialist Thgt Lit PHI 320 Symbolic Logic I PHI 330 Ethics PHI 334 Business Ethics PHI 335 The Individual Society PHI 336 Environmental Ethics PHI 337 Intro Legal Philosophy PHI 340 Intro To Feminism And Philosophy PHI 343 Asian Philosophy PHI 350 Metaphysics And Epistemology PHI 361 Biology And Society PHI 380 Death Dying Qual Of Life PHI 395 Independent Work PHI 399 Experiential Learning PHI 500 Topics In Phi Subt Req PHI 503 Tops Ancient Philosophy PHI 506 Tops Medieval Philosophy PHI 509 Tops In His Modern Phi PHI 513 19th Century Philosophy PHI 514 American Philosophy PHI 515 Contemp Phi PHI 516 Contemp Phi PHI 517 Existentialism PHI 519 Critical Soc Thought PHI 520 Symbolic Logic II PHI 530 Ethical Theory PHI 531 Adv Topics In Ethics Subtitle Required PHI 535 Social Political Phi PHI 537 Philosophy Of Law PHI 545 Philosophy Of Religion PHI 550 Phi Probs Knowl Reality PHI 560 Phi Of Scientific Method PHI 565 Philosophy Of Language PHI 575 Philosophy Of Mind PHI 592 Aesthetics PHI 630 Sem In Value Theory PHI 650 Sem Metaphys Epist Sub PHI 680 Spec Tops In Philosophy PHI 700 Sem In Ancient Phi PHI 705 Sem In Medieval Phi PHI 710 Sem In Modern Philosophy Pages 1 2 next last Mission Values up Spring 2014 News Calendar Dean s Blog A S Blogs Videos Photos Podcasts Ampersand Momentum Areas of Study African American and Africana Studies Air Force ROTC

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