The Bachelor of Arts Program teaches invaluable skills essential to any career, such as critical thinking, sound reasoning, analytical writing, and the capacity to analyze and solve complex problems.
The Master’s Program provides students with a strong grounding in the major areas of the discipline and is designed primarily for those who wish to do advanced scholarly work in philosophy, as well as in other fields.
The Department hosts a colloquium series and annual conference. Students also have numerous opportunities to attend lectures, classes, workshops, conferences, and reading groups in the Boston area.
Berislav Marušić Wins the 2016 Sanders Book Prize!
|The APA is pleased to announce that Berislav Marušić (Brandeis University) has been awarded the 2016 Sanders Book Prize for his book, Evidence and Agency: Norms of Belief for Promising and Resolving (Oxford University Press). |
Marušić will receive the $7,000 award at the 2017 Eastern Division meeting in Baltimore, MD.
The Sanders Book Prize is awarded to the best book in philosophy of mind, metaphysics, or epistemology that engages the analytic tradition published in English in the previous five-year period. This prize is funded through the generosity of the Marc Sanders Foundation.
For more information on this prize, visit the Sanders Book Prize page.