Philosophy Lecture Series
Each fall and winter semesters, the Department of Philosophy sponsors a weekly lecture and discussion given by faculty, students, and visiting scholars. These lectures are held Thursdays at 11:00 A.M in room B037 JFSB (unless noted elsewhere) and are oriented towards students but all are welcome to attend and participate.
Some of the lectures that were given during the Winter 2022 semester included:
- Angela Wentz Faulconer: "Rationing and Moral Desert"
- Travis Anderson: "Beauty and Justice: Balancing the Value of Impartial Ethical Judgments with a Sensitivity to the Aesthetic and Affective Dimensions of Moral Decision-making"
- Dan Graham: "The First Ethical Man: Socrates' revolutionary Life"
Previously Pre-taped lectures are available to Philosophy alumni.