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 Thursday at 11:00 A.M in room B094 JFSB (unless noted elsewhere) and are oriented towards students but all are welcome to attend and participate.

 

Winter Semester of 2020

 

Full List:

Jan 9 David Laraway Introduction/Overview of Phil 449R
Jan 16 Dan Graham Our Man in Assos – The Secret Life of Aristotle
Jan 23 Sean Driscoll (Boston College) What Plato Shaved with Ockham’s Razor
Jan 30 Derek Haderlie (University of Texas, Dallas) Does Moral Disagreeance Support Moral Skepticism
Feb 6 Daniel Frost (BYU Political Science) The Wages of Nonjudgmentalism
Feb 13 Angela Wentz-Faulconer Why Study Medical Ethics?
Feb 20 Justin White Becoming Oneself
Feb 27 Kathleen Bingham Antigone: Bringing Pity and Fear Before the Eyes
Mar 5 Francesca Lawson                                     College of Humanities P.A. Christensen Lecture 
Mar 12 Gordy Mower  Crash Course of Philosophy of Property
Mar 19 Links will be provided for lectures
Mar 26
Apr 2
Apr 9