On Language and Listening to One Another: Dr Ross Barham on the Value of Philosophy
In 2018 Ross Barham completed his Philosophy PhD, investigating the relationship between human language and the way we understand the concept of objectivity. He chatted to Carley Tonoli about how it feels to be on the other side of the finish line.
Meet Brigid Evans, recent SHAPS Master of Arts, Philosophy graduate
In 2018 Brigid Evans completed her Masters by research in the areas of political philosophy and philosophy of education. On a recent trip home from her new base in the UK, she chatted to Carley Tonoli about reflections on her research.
The 2018 Australian Postgraduate Philosophy Conference
Eight SHAPS graduate philosophers recently headed out to Monash to present their work at a major event for Australian philosophy postgraduates, the annual Australasian Postgraduate Philosophy Conference (APPC).
Philosophy Thursday Seminar
The Philosophy Thursday Seminar Series features presentations by SHAPS Philosophy staff and collaborators in Melbourne, and from across Australia and the world. The range of issues …
Melbourne Logic Seminar
The Melbourne Logic Seminar meets on Zoom on scheduled days from 11am to 1pm as of March 2020. It’s an active research seminar in logic and …
Meraki – pronounced /mera-key/ (/meɹəki/) – is a Greek word denoting the soul and passion that you put into what you love. We provide an accessible, …
Since its founding in 1962 by Max Charlesworth and Graeme De Graaff in the then Department of Philosophy at the University of Melbourne, Sophia has provided …
‘Davidson’s Objective — Language and The Concept of Objectivity’ (PhD in Philosophy, 2018). This thesis critically examines Donald Davidson’s claim that language plays a non-trivial role …
‘Integration or Separation? Educational Justice Requirements for the Disabled’ (MA in Philosophy, 2018). In academic political philosophy, there is currently much enthusiasm surrounding the development of …
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