College of Humanities Convocation
Faculty analyze evidence of student achievement of learning outcomes and plan indicated changes in curriculum/pedagogy.
BYU Philosophy Professor Darin Gates explains the debated philosophical issue of akrasia, or moral weakness.
Kierkegaard, the 19th century Danish philosopher and father of existentialism, was the focus of a conference at Brigham Young University. The conference, titled “Kierkegaard and the Present Age,” brought together scholars from all over the world to discuss how Kierkegaard’s ideas are relevant today.