On Friday, December 10, 2021, the philosophy and history departments teamed up to bring a group of students to the New York Historical Society on Reading Day to see the exhibit Aristotle: From Antiquity to the Modern Era. The exhibit featured early modern manuscripts of some of Aristotle’s most important works on physics, metaphysics, logic, ethics and […]
There will be a Philosophy program general information session in the Digital Humanities Center (basement of O’Toole Library) at 12 pm on Monday, 11/29. Lunch will be provided, and this will be a great chance to learn more about majoring and minoring in Philosophy at SPU! There will be a short presentation on the requirements […]
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and temporary closure of the University’s Jersey City campus, the Philosophy Department held its first ever virtual induction ceremony on Zoom! On Friday, May 1, 2020, the Philosophy Department welcomed three students into Phi Sigma Tau, the Philosophy Honor Society. Congratulations are extended to Hunter Criollo ’20, Cesar Gomez ’20, and […]
Due to the recent outbreak of COVID-19, and in accordance with Governor Murphy’s declaration of a state of emergency and related decisions, the Saint Peter’s University campus is temporarily closed. All university classes and everyday operational functioning will be taking place virtually. With respect for the health of our students, employees, and their families, the […]
Students from the PL-495 Exploring Philosophy Overseas course traveled to Germany and Austria over spring break. Student enjoyed their ten day trip, which included sightseeing at the medieval treasures of Munich, a tour of Nazi Socialist Munich in addition to a sobering visit to Dachau, a visit to Nuremberg, a ride along the Alps to […]
The Philosophy Department’s Ethical Leadership Program, along with the Honors Program, the Frank J. Guarini School of Business, the Sociology, Criminal Justice, Asian Studies, Political Science, and Communication and Media Culture Departments, the Guarini Institute for Government and Leadership, and the Office of the President, proudly presents Nadine Strossen, Former President of the American Civil […]
Due to the inclement weather and subsequent campus closings on Monday, December 2, the Philosophy Department’s inaugural Ethical Leadership Lecture featuring Dr. William Remley is postponed. Please be on the lookout for the rescheduled lecture in the spring semester.
The Philosophy Department’s inaugural Ethical Leadership Lecture will take place on December 2, 2019 at noon in McIntyre Conference Center. This year’s speaker is Adjunct Professor of Philosophy William Remley, Ph.D. He will be discussing his new book The Philosophical Foundation of Alt-Right Politics and Ressentiment (Rowman & Littlefield, 2019). All in the university community are […]
On Saturday, April 20, 2019 the John T. Coughlin History Club and the Philosophy Club took a trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. While there, they explored items from the museum’s permanent collections, as well as the current exhibits “The World Between Empires: Art and Identity in the Ancient Middle East,” “In Praise of […]
On Monday, April 8 the Philosophy Department welcomed three students into Phi Sigma Tau, the Philosophy Honor Society. Congratulations are extended to Anthony Coccaro ’19, Nicole Font ’20, Alexis O’Callahan ’19, and Melanie Mussman ’19.