Department of Philosophy
World-leading staff, an active and international student community, and an exceptionally diverse range of modules makes Sheffield one of the world’s most exciting places to study philosophy.
Reducing inequities in planned care: An Ethics Review for Integrated Care Boards
Prof Angie Hobbs has written an ethics review for the NHS, looking at the suggested strategies for tackling inequalities with the eye of a professional philosopher, asking: what ethical tensions and issues might arise by following these strategies?
Imagining a Climate Crisis Curriculum
Academics from the Department of Philosophy are working with partners to look at how educational curriucla could be changed in the face of climate change.
Students in the Department launch Frontier, a digital magazine
Frontier is a new, independent magazine devoted to literature, creativity, politics, and culture.
Interview with Carien Smith, PhD Philosophy student and author of 'Bot.'
"The book is almost a type of love letter to humanity. But not the kind with extravagant proclamations of undying, eternal love. Instead, a love letter that warns the loved one of impending danger. Of an incoming atomic bomb..."
An inclusive department
We want the Department of Philosophy to be an equal, diverse and inclusive community. We have a number of initiatives through which we strive for this.
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