The Harvard Review of Philosophy Annual Lecture by L. A. Paul on March 13

Come out to The Harvard Review of Philosophy‘s annual lecture by L. A. Paul on Friday, March 13th, in Emerson Hall 305 from 3-5pm. Professor Paul studies philosophy and cognitive science at Yale and has published books and articles on metaphysics, cognitive science, and the philosophy of mind. In her work, she explores questions about the nature of the self, decision-making, temporal experience, causation, and perception among other philosophical issues.

The event is free and open to the public. The lecture will be followed by a reception with refreshments served.

Volume XXVI: Philosophy of Race

Volume XXVI (2019) is available through the PDC. If you would like to subscribe, please visit https://www.pdcnet.org/harvardreview.

In this volume, we present approachable and engaging philosophical perspectives on philosophy and race. This volume features an introduction by Tommie Shelby, an interview with Elizabeth Anderson, a keynote speech transcript by Paul C. Taylor, and a number of other contributions on integration, affirmative action, intersection theory, etc.

The Harvard Review of Philosophy Annual Lecture by Paul C. Taylor on Feb. 1

Come out to The Harvard Review of Philosophy‘s annual lecture by Paul C. Taylor on Friday, February 1st, in Emerson Hall 305 from 3-5pm. Professor Taylor is the W. Alton Jones Professor of Philosophy at Vanderbilt, and has published books and articles on black aesthetics, Barack H. Obama, and social and political philosophy.

The event is free and open to the public. The lecture will be followed by a reception with refreshments served.

Volume XXII

We are pleased to announce our partnership with the Philosophy Documentation Center, which will now be managing all of the Review’s subscriptions.

Volume XXII is available through the PDC. If you would like to subscribe, please visit https://www.pdcnet.org/harvardreview.

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