About the Department
The Department of Philosophy at Florida State University was organized in September 1965, following the dissolution of the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies into two distinct academic programs, the Department of Philosophy and the Department of Religion. Effective that same year, the Department of Philosophy implemented its bachelor's and master's degree programs, and instituted for the first time in the state of Florida a doctoral degree program in Philosophy. In 2018, the Department of Philosophy started the FSU Experimental Philosophy Research Group, consisting of philosophers and scientists from around the world.
The department hosts the annual Werkmeister Conference (recent topics include Debunking Arguments, Cosmopolitanism, Form & Function in Biology, and Folk Concepts), the annual Minorities in Philosophy Conference, the , the annual Florida State University , the bi-annual UF-FSU Philosophy conference, a Colloquium Series, a Friday Lunchtime Talk series, various reading groups, and a graduate student writing group. In addition, the department features the Bayles Ethics Lectures and various Departmental Workshops. Further, the department publishes , a leading journal in social and political philosophy founded by the department in 1970, and Berkeley Studies一道本不卡免费高清, a web-based journal dedicated to promoting the scholarly understanding of the life and philosophy of George Berkeley.
一道本不卡免费高清The department has also been privileged to be the home of the generously funded and . These projects have funded dozens of research grants, multiple series of conferences, and many publications.
The department is committed to maintaining an exceptionally strong faculty, and new appointments are made regularly. The faculty has a diverse set of interests, with special strengths in ancient and modern philosophy, ethics, logic, action theory, metaphysics, philosophy of mind, philosophy of religion, and philosophy of biology.