Events

Philosophy Club Presents

Student Colloquia Spring 2012

 

  1.  Armand Chapelliquen “Mind as Software: A Discussion of Turing Machines," January 31, 2012.

  2. Lawrence Olejar,  “Plato’s Theory of Forms,” February 9, 2012.

  3. Madison Zebrine,    “Clearing the Dust: Berkeley's Critique of Locke's Concept of Abstract Ideas,” February 16, 2012. (Thursday)

  4. Kasey Smith,   “Descartes’ Hits and Misses in His Mind/Body Dualism,” Monism vs. Dualism, Science vs. Descartes,” February 21, 2012. (Tuesday)

  5.  Kristian Cantens, “A Critique of Plato’s Aesthetics” March 1, 2012 (Thursday)

  6. Cindy Wise, “ Aquinas on Volition and Belief”    March 13,  2012 Tuesday

 

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2012 Lehigh Valley Undergraduate Philosophy Conference

View conference website and register online.

Moravian College is proud to present its first undergraduate philosophy conference. We invite
undergraduate students and professors of Lehigh Valley colleges and universities to submit papers
of general philosophical topics to be presented at the conference scheduled for March 27th, 2010 hosted at
Moravian College in Bethlehem PA.

Submission Guidelines:

Please send submissions as attachment in .doc format no more than 3000 words
All submissions should be prepared for blind review and include a cover page of the following:

          1. Author’s Name
          2. Title of Paper
          3. Institutional Affiliation
          4. Contact Information (email, phone number, mailing address)
          5. Word Count
          6. Area of Philosophical Subject (ex. Ethics, Existentialism, Metaphysics)
          7. An abstract of no more than 200 words

Please send all submissions and questions to

Deadline for Submissions: February 20th, 2012
Program Coordinators:

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Philosophy Department Lecture Series

 

 

 

 

 

Pragmatist Resources for the development of a Martial Spiritiality
Michael Raposa, Ph.D
Professor Lehigh University

April 17, 2009
4:00 - 5:30
Snyder Room HUB

 

Neitzcshe On The Will To Power
Martin Weatherston, Ph.D
Associate Professor East Stroudsburg University

February 10, 2009
11:30-1:00
UBC Room HUB