Isaac Woodward, brought up a conservative Christian, was not afraid to have his conservatism challenged, and not afraid to defend it.
Theodore Sider, a renowned metaphysical philosopher, is the first holder of the Andrew W. Mellon Chair in Philosophy at Rutgers University.
Marilyn McCord Adams will join one of the nation’s most prestigious honorary societies.
Julien Musolino will be the first to tell you that he doesn’t have a soul. Nor does he think anyone else does.
How do you make a hard choice? Rutgers philosopher Ruth Chang has some suggestions.
Rutgers philosophy seminar is possibly the first in the country to arm future officers and civilian leaders with a better understanding of war’s moral complexities. Story