The Moral Injuries of War

Doug Hickey 2014

The moral injuries sustained by veterans unable to cope with life after battle is a topic that deserves to be examined more closely, says Douglas Hickey 2014. As his Summer Fellows project he is studying the moral consequences of killing in war as well as the origins of military ethics and the deliberation of ethical decision making in the military. Read More»


Class of 1954 Endows Chair in Ethics; Dr. Sorensen is Chair Holder

Professor Kelly Sorensen

The Ursinus College Class of 1954 has endowed a Chair in Ethics to teach, publish, guide students in research and help them develop reflective judgment. At its January meeting the Ursinus College Board of Trustees designated Associate Professor Kelly Sorensen as the first Class of 1954 Chair in Ethics. Read More»


Philosophical Society Symposium on Romano’s Book

Carlin Romano

At its 40th annual conference this March, the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy,  the chief scholarly group in the field of American philosophy, held a symposium on America the Philosophical, the recent book by Ursinus Professor of Philosophy and Humanities Carlin Romano. Read More»