One of the most important developments or events in the unit's history:
Introduction of MA programs
The most important development in 2014-15:
Three new members joined the faculty (Emma Bullock, Philip Goff, Maria Kronfeldner).
Other important developments in 2014-15:
- Introduction of three interdisciplinary specializations for MA students, awarded by an additional non-degree certificate: Specialization in Religious Studies, Specialization in Political Thought, and Science Studies Specialization.
- Topics in the Philosophy of the Humanities and Social Sciences research project, led by Maria Kronfeldner.
Engagement with external entities in 2014-15:
- The Department has several Erasmus+ agreements with other philosophy departments, and in this way many students visit us and study with us for a term or year.
- Faculty distinctions in 2014-15:
- Gábor Betegh appointed Laurence Professor of Ancient Philosophy at Cambridge University; Gábor continues his affiliation with CEU by being a Visiting Professor.
Major events in 2014-15:
- Workshop on Phenomenal Intentionality, Nov 29-30, 2014
- Kant and Aesthetics Workshop, Mar 25, 2015
- Barry Loewer at Philosophy, CEU, Jul 13, 2015
- 3rd Finnish-Hungarian Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy, Oct 2-4, 2015
- Several other international conferences and workshop are planned for this academic year.
- In addition, our weekly departmental colloquium during fall and Winter term also bring to CEU some of the more influential philosophers worldwide, as well as younger, promising people.