The philosophy program at OSU is designed to help students develop moral reasoning and critical thinking skills in the service of an engaged life.  Through coursework, campus events, and community involvement, our students learn how to identify, analyze, and resolve ethical, political, and epistemic issues, mentored by faculty who are actively involved in ethics and social justice research across a wide array of disciplines on the environment, religion, biomedicine, global justice, peace and conflict studies, and more.

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Nicole von Germeten

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Feb 18, 2022

Nicole von Germeten, with co-PIs Chris Lindberg and Meghan Naxer, recently won a research fellowship from E-campus. Their project proposes to examine student motivation levels as they engage with the past through a narrative and character-based video games built into the design … Continue reading

Stuart Ray Sarbacker

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Feb 18, 2022

Stuart Ray Sarbacker presented a lecture entitled “Avatars of the COVID-19 Era: Morphological Limitation and Freedom in Virtual Environments” at the University of Virginia “Prioritizing Presence in a Post-Pandemic World” workshop. Sarbacker also contributed to a collaborative white paper on best … Continue reading

School of History, Philosophy, and Religion Events

School of History, Philosophy, and Religion Events

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Oct
20
2022

Finding Order in Nature: The Historian's Tradition from Mayr to Farber at LaSells Stewart Center

Join us for the inaugural presentation of the Paul Lawrence Farber Humanities Speakers Series. Janet Browne will give an accessible review of significant trends in thinking about the history of natural…
Oct
27
2022

Back from Nuclear Brink: Prescription for Survival at Memorial Union Building (MU)

Dr. Ira Helfand is a world leader in nuclear disarmament and health. He is affiliated with two Nobel Peace Prizes, as both a key member of ICAN (they received the…
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