Annotated Bibliography on 16th Century Natural Philosophy: Rotman GRA Project

By Benjamin Hill James Mackey (MA, Western expected 2020) was assigned to me for a Rotman Summer Graduate Research Assistantship. Our project was to create in Zotero an annotated bibliography of recent work (works published since 2015) on 16th century natural philosophy. As many of you know well, the 16th century saw the birth of [...]

2020-07-23T09:51:53-04:00July 23rd, 2020|Graduate Students, GRAs, Philosophy of Science|

Congratulations to the 2019 Rotman PhD Graduates!

In 2019, seven of our graduate student members (four resident and three non-resident members) successfully defended their doctoral theses. Please join us in congratulating each of them on this accomplishment! EUNICE CHAN  Algebraic Companions and Linearizations MARIE GUEGUEN  On Separating the Wheat from the Chaff: Surplus Structure [...]

2019-12-19T12:59:13-05:00December 19th, 2019|Graduate Students|

Congratulations to the 2018 Rotman PhD Graduates!

In 2018, four of our graduate student members successfully defended their doctoral theses. Please join us in congratulating each of them on this accomplishment! FRÉDÉRIC-ISMAEL BANVILLE A Practical and Practice-Sensitive Account of Science as Problem-Solving Defense Poster DANIEL BOOTH Empirical Evidence and the Multiple Realization of Mental [...]

2021-06-24T14:17:11-04:00December 21st, 2018|Graduate Students|

Congratulations to the 2017 Rotman PhD Graduates

It's the final day before we depart for the winter break, and before doing so we'd like to take a moment to recognize the three Rotman Institute doctoral students who successfully defended their theses this past year. Their names, along with the titles of their dissertations, are listed below. John Jenkinson - A New Framework for [...]

2017-12-22T12:30:27-05:00December 22nd, 2017|Graduate Students, Members|

Report from Down Under: Visiting the Macquarie University Research Centre for Agency, Values, and Ethics

I recently returned from a 3-month study period at the Macquarie University Research Centre for Agency, Values, and Ethics (CAVE). While I was there I was able to attend numerous conferences, workshops, and seminars, as well as meet regularly with my gracious host supervisor, Professor Wendy Rogers. One of the highlights from my trip was attending [...]

2016-06-16T11:04:23-04:00June 16th, 2016|Graduate Students, Philosophy of Ethics|

Andrew Peterson featured on episode of CBC Ideas from the Trenches

Rotman doctoral candidate, Andrew Peterson, is researching the ethical issues that stem from testing brain-injured patients for consciousness. On May 4th, his work was featured on an episode of the CBC radio program, Ideas from the Trenches. The series, hosted by Paul Kennedy, focuses on research being conducted by graduate students at universities across Canada. [...]

Congratulations to the 2015 Rotman PhD Graduates

The fall semester has officially come to a close, and as we prepare to break for the holidays, The Rotman Institute would like to acknowledge the accomplishments of some of our student members. 2015 has been an exciting year -- we've had seven Rotman graduate students successfully defend their theses. Their names, along with the titles [...]

2021-06-24T14:26:07-04:00December 21st, 2015|Graduate Students, Members|

Rotman Institute Graduate Student, Emma Ryman, Giving Two Talks This Month

During this month, Rotman Institute of Philosophy graduate student, Emma Ryman, is giving two talks. The first talk, given last week at Brock University, was at the symposium, Consuming Intimacies: Bodies, Labour, Care, and Social Justice. She presented a paper entitled, "The Patient Worker: A Model for Transnational Human Subjects Research and Contract Pregnancy", along [...]

2021-06-24T14:26:29-04:00October 22nd, 2015|Graduate Students, Members|

New Publication From Rotman Institute Graduate Student, Jamie Shaw

Rotman Institute graduate student, Jamie Shaw, has a new publication in Gnosis entitled, "Moderate Moderation: The Mean of Excess". This paper argues that Aristotle's 'doctrine of the mean' should not be interpreted as saying that the mean is purely context dependent but, rather, on considerations of the good life as a whole. This is accomplished [...]

2021-06-24T14:26:42-04:00October 2nd, 2015|Graduate Students, Members|

New Publications From Rotman Institute Graduate Student, Yann Benétreau-Dupin

Rotman Institute Graduate Student, Yann Benétreau-Dupin, has several new publications, including "The Bayesian Who Knew Too Much" at Synthese, and "Fair Numbers: What Data Can and Cannot Tell Us About the Underrepresentation of Women in Philosophy" at Ergo (with Rotman Institute Alumnus, Guillaume Beaulac). Read more about Yann's work here.

2016-01-29T11:48:12-05:00May 28th, 2015|Graduate Students|
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