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Philip Monagan has won the David Ricardo Essay Prize for the best essay submitted in the course on the History and Philosophy of Economics (PHIL 363/ECON 319). Congratulations!
Jeff Pelletier along with Allen Hazen has won the inaugural competition for the Schotch-Jennings Logic Prize
Jeff Pelletier (UBC) along with Allen Hazen (U of A) has won the inaugural competition for the Schotch-Jennings Logic Prize, to be awarded in June at UNILOG 2018, the Congress on Universal Logic. The winning entry is entitled “K3, Ł3, LP, RM3, A3, FDE, M: How to make many valued logics work for you”. It […]
The Department of Philosophy at The University of British Columbia (UBC), Vancouver Campus invites applications for the position of Canada Research Chair (Tier I) in Philosophy: Politics and Language. The Chair is expected to be a full-time tenured appointment made at the rank of Professor in the Department of Philosophy. The successful applicant will be a leading and […]
The Department of Philosophy at UBC-Vancouver invites applications for a limited-term position at the rank of Assistant Professor Without Review to commence July 1, 2018. The appointment is for one year, with the possibility of renewal for up to two additional years, subject to funding and performance review. Area of Specialization: History of Philosophy (Ancient […]
The Department of Philosophy in the Faculty of Arts at UBC-Vancouver invites applications for the position of Lecturer, to commence September 1, 2018. The appointment is for one-year, from September 1 2018 to 31 August 2019. Lecturer positions are full-time appointments without review (i.e., non-tenure track), which are renewable for successive terms, subject to the […]
Workshop Organizers: Jonathan Ichikawa and Sarah Moss Sponsored by the UBC and the University of Michigan Philosophy Departments According to traditional ideas about belief, knowledge, and evidence, whether someone should believe something, and whether one knows it, are fundamentally matters of ‘purely epistemic considerations’, like whether it is true and what evidence is available in […]