Edited by Steven Stich and Tom Donaldson
A specialized path for those who intend to pursue an education and career in Law. By focusing on topics in Philosophy of Law, Political Philosophy, Ethics, and Moral Theory, the Concentration in Law is directly applicable to legal theory and policy courses, giving you a strong background and head start in Law School. learn more →
SFU Philosophy offers the MA degree through a fully-funded program carefully designed to fill a special niche in philosophy graduate education. Our course-based, two-year program is geared towards students who have decided to pursue a PhD in philosophy, yet currently lack the background or academic record required for entry into the world’s best philosophy departments. learn more →
Five concentrations that match your major! All professions increasingly demand ethical training, for good reasons. Ethics is about deciding what's the right course of action, and what justifies our beliefs. With its many streams suited to your career plans, we will offer the ethical theory and practice that will put you one step ahead. learn more →
August 13, 2018
Heading towards the end of summer with a few updates from SFU Philosophy. Graduate student, Zili...
Graduate Research Essay Prizes 2018
July 18, 2018
Congratulations to Grad Research essay winners, Zili Dong and Dylan Flint.
Award News Dr. Dai Heide
June 28, 2018
Congratulations to Philosophy professor, Dr. Dai Heide who is one of the recipients of this year's...
Award News Dr. Lisa Shapiro
June 28, 2018
Congratulations to Philosophy professor, Dr. Lisa Shapiro who was awarded the first Ulrike Detmers...
Award News June 2018
June 02, 2018
SSHRC News: Explaining how science works with philosophy and mathematics Congratulations to...
Honorary degrees, news and appointments
April 30, 2018
Congratulations to faculty, former faculty and alumni this month. Professor Emeritus Steven Davis...
SFU instructors can receive grants of up to $6,000 through the TLDG program. The grants are intended to recognize teaching development as a scholarly activity and to stimulate faculty-led investigation of new or innovative teaching and learning practices.
Projects Completed Jan - Sept 2017
Nicolas Fillion: Improving the Teaching of Threshold Concepts in Introductory Logic Courses