Leo Strauss’s Theory on Tyranny: Ancient and Modern. This talk deals with the theory on tyranny by Leo Strauss (1899-1973), the German American scholar who was one of the leading political philosophers of the 20th century. His disciples are called the Straussians, and they are influential not only in America but all over the world.
Dr. Yong Li, (PhD, Saint Louis University), Professor of Philosophy at Wuhan University, Associate Dean of School of philosophy. Dr. Li works primarily in ethics and political philosophy, and focuses on Confucian ethics and comparative political philosophy.
On behalf of students and professors affiliated with the Department of Philosophy at UH Mānoa, we would like to acknowledge the passing of our Japanese language instructor and mentor, Shōji Kakuko 庄司香久子 (July 23, 1935 … Continue reading Shōji Kakuko Tribute ￼→
CONGRATULATIONS, Graduates!! Whatever you do next, remember you are now philosophers. Be critical, engaged, and compassionate. Cultivate your talents and help others cultivate theirs. The faculty, graduate students, and staff are proud of you! New … Continue reading Spring 2022 Hall of Fame→
April 29, 2022, 2:30pm (HST), University of Hawai’i at Mānoa, Room POST 126 Colloquium Presentation by Emma Irwin-Herzog, Winner of the 2022 Eliot Deutsch PhD Merit Award Click here to view the full flyer