Departmental News

Professor Christopher Hill recently published a new book titled Perceptual Experience (Oxford University Press, 2002). You can find more information on his book, and find out how to obtain a free copy under an open access arrangement, at

Professor Richard Kimberly Heck was interviewed for the LogIn Project, which is a podcast that seeks to "create a more inclusive community in logic and formal philosophy by showcasing the research and achievements of formal philosophers and logicians from underrepresented groups". The episode with Prof Heck can be found here:

Professor Adam Pautz recently published a new book titled Perception. You can find more information on his book at

Professor Richard Kimberly Heck was recently a guest on Robinson Erhardt's podcast. Professor Heck talked about their work on philosophy of sex and pornography.

Professor Elizabeth Miller has been awarded the Henry Merritt Wriston Fellowship by Brown University. This fellowship aims to recognize junior faculty who have distinguished themselves both in their research and in their teaching. Since her arrival at Brown, Professor Miller has been developing innovative and increasingly influential ideas in the philosophy of physics, and new teaching methods, including conversational norms and procedures for class discussions.

On behalf of all the editors at A Priori, Brown’s undergraduate journal of philosophy, I am excited to announce that we have just published our 2021 issue.

Although you won't be able to get it hot off the (physical) press this year, you can still check it out in its digital form as a PDF or soon at our archive. Feel free to share it with anyone who you think might be interested!

Eric Choi
Editor-in-chief, A Priori