Justin Donhauser's paper “Invisible Disagreement: An
Inverted Qualia Argument for Realism” has been accepted by
Phil Studies. His dissertation “A Philosophy of Theoretical
Ecology for Environmental Policy” was defended in 2015 under
the supervision of Ken Shockley and Neil Williams.
It seems that every few months the department is announcing a
Brendan Cline publication and each time the paper is published in a
more elite journal. His latest publication is in Philosophical
Studies. Phil Studies is widely recognized as one of the top seven
philosophy journals. Brendan’s paper is entitled
"Against Deliberative Indispensability as an Independent Guide to
What There Is.”
The University at Buffalo Department of Philosophy is pleased to
announce that Matt LaVine has published an article in
Synthese entitled "Prior's Thank-Goodness
Argument Reconsidered." Synthese is a highly ranked,
selective journal, rejecting 90% of its submissions.
The Department of Philosophy is pleased to announce that Justin
Donhauser's paper "On How Theoretical Analyses in Ecology Can
Enable Environmental Problem-solving" has been accepted for
publication in the journal "Ethics & the Environment."
The Department of Philosophy is delighted to announce that Neil
Otte won the Kane-Dennett prize for his submission to the Free Will
Conference sponsored by the University of Michigan - Flint campus's
Center for Cognition and Neuroethics.