People in the Department of Philosophy

The Philosophy Department is home to world-renowned faculty members, talented graduate students and dedicated staff members. Our administrative offices are located in the Social Sciences building, room 213.

Philosophy faculty at the University of Arizona enthusiastically teach at all levels of the curriculum and invite students to think deeply and clearly about the questions that matter to us all. Most courses (including lower-division courses) consist of less than 100 students, and our faculty and graduate students are available and approachable. 

The University of Arizona's Philosophy Department is consistently ranked in or near the TOP 10 philosophy programs year after year, alongside Harvard, Princeton, MIT, Stanford, Yale and NYU, because of our outstanding faculty contributions.

Courses taught by our grad students are of superior quality as well, because entry into UA Philosophy's Ph.D. program is rigorously competitive. Our graduate students are as committed to quality teaching and reasearch as our faculty. 


Philosophy Department Commitment to Equality

The University of Arizona has strict policies regarding nondiscrimination, anti-harassment and equal employment opportunity. A full statement of the University’s Nondiscrimination and Anti-Harassment Policy can be found on the webpage for the Office of Institutional Equity. The Philosophy Department at the University of Arizona is fully committed to ensuring that all members of the department, whether students, faculty, or staff, are able to perform their work and pursue their professional endeavors in a comfortable environment. The Philosophy Department is also committed to dealing fairly with all parties involved in situations of actual or perceived harassment or discrimination. Members of the department are aware of their obligation, under University policy, to refrain from harassment or discriminatory conduct and to report cases of known or suspected harassment or other discriminatory conduct to the Director of the Office of Institutional Equity or other appropriate university official. In order to effectuate its aim of ensuring equal opportunity and to address concerns not fully addressed by University policy, the Philosophy Department is committed to these additional measures.


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