Welcome to the Moravian Philosophy Club

The Philosophy Club is an active student organization that meets weekly throughout the fall and spring semesters to discuss, in an intellectually open, respectful and friendly atmosphere, different philosophical issues, from traditional topics and classical philosophers to philosophical topics in pop culture. We also have Movie Nights where we get together to view a movie, have some pizza, and discuss pertinent philosophical issues.

The Philosophy Club meets every Tuesday in the Rec Room in the HUB from 11:45 AM-1:00 PM. Anyone interested in participating in stimulating philosophical discussions is welcome to join us!

Send any questions to club president, Katie Miller, at


2013-2014 Officers

President: Jennifer Kober
Vice President: Sam Keenan
Treasurer: Katie Makoski
Secretary: Julian Gonzalez


Student Colloquium Series is sponsored by the Philosophy Club and provides an opportunity for students to present their own philosophical work on any topic. Its purpose is to foster discussion on philosophical issues among students and create a forum where students can practice oral presentations and public speaking. If you are interested in presenting, contact the club president, Katie Miller, at

In the Rec Room in the HUB unless stated otherwise.

Previous Presentations:
Aquinas on Volition and Belief
Cindy Wise

A Critique of Plato's Aesthetics
Kristian Cantens

Descartes' Hits and Misses in His Mind/Body Dualism: Monism vs Dualism, Science vs Descartes
Kasey Smith

Clearing the Dust: Berkeley's Critique of Locke's Concept of Abstract Ideas
Madison Zebrine

Plato's Theory of Forms
Lawrence Olejar

Mind as Software: A Discussion of Turing Machines
Armando Chapelliquen

Harmony between Marxism and Existentialism
Maggie Riegel

Deism or Theism?
Armando Chapelliquen

Suffering and the Existence of God: a Critique of David Hume
Stephen MacDonald
Neitzcshe On The Will To Power
Professor Martin Weatherston, Ph.D
Associate Professor
East Stroudsburg University

What is our Obligation toward Poverty: a critique of Peter Singer
Jared Hanna

Dewey’s Philosophy and the Best Means for Constructing the Highest Social Good without God
Maggie Riegel

A Teleological Argument for the Existence of God
Hadia Riaz

Dupery for Dupery: Religious Faith in James’ Pragmatism
Meredith Kluk

Pragmatism and God: On Naturalism and The Will to Believe
Joel Atkinson

We also host guided discussions. Topics have included philosophical ways to address Sherlock Holmes's drug addition and the morality of Star Trek's Prime Directive. If you are interested in leading a discussion or have topic suggestions, email Katie Miller at