Tag: philosophy

Philosophy Professor Earns Fellowship to Greater Understand Blame and Forgiveness

Philosophy Professor Earns Fellowship to Greater Understand Blame and Forgiveness

Prof. Craig Agule has received a 2020-2021 fellowship from the Wolf Humanities Center at the University of Pennsylvania to develop his choice model of blame.

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Graduating Honors College Student Poised to Pursue Career in Law

Graduating Honors College Student Poised to Pursue Career in Law

By Tom McLaughlin The plan was simple – albeit a little mundane – but focused nonetheless, recalls Fitzroy Campbell. “I came to Rutgers–Camden looking forward to law school, but I had no specializations in mind,” recalls the graduating philosophy and French major, with a minor in marketing, at Rutgers University–Camden. His focus quickly changed, however, […]

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Peter Singer, Author of The Most Good You Can Do, to Speak at Rutgers–Camden

Peter Singer, Author of The Most Good You Can Do, to Speak at Rutgers–Camden

Peter Singer, a professor of bioethics at Princeton University’s Center for Human Values and author of the recent book The Most Good You Can Do, will speak at Rutgers University–Camden at 3 p.m. Tuesday Nov. 22.

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The Road to Research: Rutgers–Camden Student Combines Two Passions for Multidisciplinary Research Experience

The Road to Research: Rutgers–Camden Student Combines Two Passions for Multidisciplinary Research Experience

By Ed Moorhouse The great baseball player Yogi Berra famously said, “When you come to a fork in the road, take it.” For Ashley Lewis, the saying couldn’t be more fitting. Instead of deciding between two academic paths — biology and philosophy — the Rutgers University–Camden junior from Gibbsboro chose both, and is thriving in […]

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