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Sarah Tyson co-hosts New Books in Philosophy

Nov. 9, 2021

Interviews with philosophers about their books, including:

Hildebrand speaks on Pragmatism in Paris

Nov. 9, 2021

From CU Denver Dean's Notes Published: March 29, 2018 David Hildebrand, Associate Profesor and Chair of Philosophy, is spending part of his sabbatical in Paris, where he is the "Invited Professor" this spring term at École Normale Supérieure Department of Philosophy in Paris. Between March 22 and April 21 he'll...

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The Quest for Absolute Sound: What are the Philosophical Stakes for Audiophiles?, David Hildebrand, Ph.D.

Nov. 9, 2021

Most people have met an audiophile, encountering weird monolithic speakers, glowing amplifiers, or a vipers’ nest of cables. What seems like mere fetishism from the outside is actually a complicated crossroads of acoustics, technological devices, engineering, aesthetic evaluation, consumerism, psychological habits — and philosophical assumptions. This talk looks at several...

Philosophy podcast now co-hosted by Sarah Tyson

Nov. 9, 2021

From CU Denver Dean's Notes Published: Jan. 21, 2020 Philosophy Associate Professor Sarah Tyson recently became a co-host of New Books in Philosophy , a channel with the New Books Network. The podcast interviews philosophers about their new books, giving them a friendly venue to explain their work. Each episode...

David Hildebrand presents in Japan

Nov. 9, 2021

From CU Denver Dean's Notes Published: Nov. 20, 2019 In November, David Hildebrand, Professor and Department Chair, presented "Students, Teachers, and Devices: Experience-based Education in an Age of Technological Distraction" at the 11th International Asian Conference on Education, “Independence & Interdependence” in Tokyo, Japan.

Boram Jeong publishes and presents new work

Nov. 9, 2021

From CU Denver Dean's Notes Published: Nov. 20, 2019 Boram Jeong, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, contributed the chapter “A People Yet to Come: ‘People of Color’ Reconsidered,” to the recently published Race as Phenomena: Between Phenomenology and Philosophy of Race (edited by Emily S. Lee, Rowman and Littlefield, 2019). She...

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On-line Symposium focuses on Sarah Tyson’s Where are the Women

Nov. 9, 2021

From CU Denver Dean's Notes On March 25, Syndicate (a living network of scholarship in the Humanities) began holding an on-line symposium to discuss Associate Professor of Philosophy Sarah Tyson’s new book Where are the Women? Why Expanding the Archive Makes Philosophy Better .

Wide-Ranging Conversation between Candice Shelby and Montel Williams

Nov. 9, 2021

From CU Denver Dean's Notes Candice L. Shelby, Professor of Philosophy, was recently interviewed by Montel Williams for his new Youtube show/podcast, Free Thinking with Montel . She gets personal about how addiction affected her own family and explains how her research focus developed from her frustration with existing treatment...

Philosophy in Everyday Life Scholarship is accepting applications until November 30!

Nov. 9, 2021

The Philosophy Department's Philosophy in Everyday Life Scholarship is accepting applications until November 30! Requirements: Any student currently declared as a CU Denver philosophy major Philosophy minor Ethics minor CU Denver student that is currently enrolled in at least their third course in philosophy at CU Denver. Students must have...

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The Phenomenological Structure of Experience: Regarding the Ambiguity of Intersectionality, Emily Lee, Ph.D.

Nov. 9, 2021

This paper analyzes the epistemic value of experience by centering on the experiences of women of color in philosophy of race. The identity group remains one of the most elusive and difficult to understand both because it is too specific and too broad. There is an ethical and political urgency...

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