The Philosophy Department at Simpson College is dedicated to broadening the minds of all students. Whether you're interested in pursuing a career in philosophy or interested in developing the skills necessary to succeed in a wide variety of careers: critical and analytical thinking, argumentative writing and detailed reading comprehension, studying philosophy will aid you in your journey. Please take a look at our curriculum to see what the Simpson Philosophy Department has to offer.
Assistant Professor of Philosophy Allison Wolf is combating a common misconception about her field: the belief that philosophy has no application in today’s world. More…View All »
Kevin Rice '12 (Philosophy and Psychology)
"I am presently enrolled in the Master's program for Philosophy at the University of Missouri - St. Louis. My current research interests in philosophy have to do with the metaphysics of scientific explanation and philosophy of mind. I am also a researcher at the Brogaard Lab for Multi Sensory Research, where I conduct experiments investigating the abnormal perceptual condition of Synesthesia, as well as investigate the cognitive capacities underlying musical and acoustic processing. My most recent publication has been co-authorship for MIT press in their forthcoming book Sensory Integration and the Unity of Consciousness, where our article The Long-Term Potentiation Model for Grapheme-Color Binding in Synesthesia is to appear." -Kevin Rice