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PHILOSOPHY 2030G: Philosophy of Science

PHILOSOPHY 2091G: Philosophy in Literature

PHILOSOPHY 2370G: Science and Values

PHILOSOPHY 3026G: Locke

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Jackie Sullivan

Jackie Sullivan is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Philosophy and a member of the Rotman Institute of Philosophy. Her research is situated at the intersection of philosophy of neuroscience, philosophy of mind, and philosophy of science. Jackie is also leading this year’s Undergraduate Mentorship Program in which interested students in their third and fourth year are assigned to a faculty mentor working in the area of philosophy they are most interested in. Students can then meet with their mentor periodically during their third and fourth years in the program to discuss their course of study and career goals following graduation.

 

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Congratulations to Francesco Lucia, winner of the Chair's Annual Essay Prize for 2015-16 for his essay "On the Alleged Inconsistency of Weak Epistemic Egoism”. The paper was written for Professor Sullivan’s PHIL 3501G: Epistemology. Well done Francesco.

Samantha Brennan comments on the ethically challenging Chris Bosh case in the New York Times. Read more

Cory Goldstein, Philosophy Ph.D. Candidate and member of the Rotman Institute of Philosophy, comments on physician-assisted death in Western News. Read more

Western Philosophy ranked 38 of Top 50 in QS World University Rankings by Subject Read more

What to make of Barbie's new bod - Tracy De Boer from Philosophy comments on the new changes to Barbie's body Read more

Building families equitably in Ontario - The new proposed funding for infertility and adoption in Ontario is clearly inequitable, writes Carolyn McLeod, Dept. of Philosophy at Western. Read more

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