Hello all! This Friday October 9, 12:00pm – 3:00pm (also coming Fridays!) At the CAMPUS CENTER! We would love volunteers to sit for some or all of the time, and also, to help us detable and carry clothes from the Campus Center to the Women’s Center at 3:00! Hypothetical Dude: But women don’t want MY… More Donation Drive: shoes and clothing for victims of domestic violence needed!
Greetings philosophers (and if you’re listening, philosophically-inclined microbial(?) life of the flowing salt-waters of Mars)! Yesterday (one Standard Earth Day–or as the hip kids call them, “S.E.D.s” ago), the PSA Undergraduate Outreach committee, with the help of their trusty sidekick Cooler, held the inaugural Philosophy Lounge Hour! (or as the hip kids call it, “Philosophy… More Philosophy Lounge Hour Kick Off!
Aloha all! Some of you have expressed concern at the relative inactivity of the department website. Would you support the measure to create a new PSA office of Webmaster? It would be relatively simple, updates at most once a week. We are talking about specifically the events page/calendar on the official site and keeping the… More PSA absorbs Webmaster duties?
On Monday, when I asked Dr. Joy if she was still interested in coming to our Arendt reading group, I ever-so-subtly slipped in that I would be providing madeleines and chamomile rose tea. She appreciated the Proustian flair of the idea. “Of course,” she told me during this afternoon’s meeting, “one dips the madeleine into… More Of Politics and Madeleines: A Special Meeting of the Arendt Reading Group with Dr. Morny Joy
This year’s conference is upon us! Please keep an eye on the website for latest updates. http://uehiro2015.blogspot.com/
The Hannah Arendt reading group will continue to meet on a mostly bi-weekly basis during the Spring 2015 semester. On February 18th we will finish the last chapter of The Human Condition, “Vita Activa and the Modern Age.” Soon after the Hannah Arendt reading group will tackle The Life of the Mind. You do not… More Hannah Arendt Reading Group
Spill-Out Hours are a space for open-ended discussion of philosophical topics that are fresh on the minds of students just entering or departing from philosophy classes. They are scheduled conveniently just before or after a bulk of philosophy courses held on Tuesdays and Thursdays. As the semester has been progressing Spill-Out Hours have been more… More Spill-Out Hours
Fall 2014 EPOCH Research Presentation Varieties of World Making: Personal & Public Functions of the Imagination Friday, October 31, 2014 @ 2:00PM Sakamaki C-308 In the fall of 2014, EPOCH organized a presentation of graduate research on the topic of the imagination entitled, Varieties of World Making: Personal and Public Functions of the Imagination. The event consisted… More EPOCH Colloquium
If you would like to reserve the Lounge for a meeting or event, please submit your desired date and time to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Philosophy lounge is for the use of Philosophy students, so there must be a member of the Philosophy Department present at all meetings. If the meeting is to be held after hours,… More Use of the Philosophy Lounge (Sakamaki Hall C-308)