Philosophy Club Meeting featuring Jonathan Weinberg

All Philosophy Majors are invited to attend the next meeting of the Undergraduate Philosophy Club

 

Featuring a talk by Professor Jonathan Weinberg, titled:

"Starfleet Metaphysical Emergency Handbook, Section Gamma-2: Transporter Malfunctions"

Wednesday, October 17th, at 6:15pm in Saguaro Hall 202

 

This promises to be a fun and educational event, plus a chance to meet your fellow philosophy majors! We will also be installing the new officers for this year.

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Wed, 10/17/2018 - 18:15

Freedom Center Symposium: David Keyt

Topic: Plato and the Ship of State

Abstract: TBA

Location: The Kendrick Room, Social Sciences 128

We welcome faculty, students, and staff of the Philosophy and Moral Science Departments as well as members of the wider University community.

The complete list of current and past colloquia is on the Freedom Center website.
freedomcenter.arizona.edu/colloquia/2018-2019

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Tue, 10/16/2018 - 12:30 to 13:45

Freedom Center Symposium: Christopher Shields

Topic: The Commensurability of Goodness in Aristotle

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Location: Social Sciences 224 (Chris Maloney Room)

We welcome faculty, students, and staff of the Philosophy and Moral Science Departments as well as members of the wider University community.

The complete list of current and past colloquia is on the Freedom Center website.
freedomcenter.arizona.edu/colloquia/2018-2019

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Mon, 10/15/2018 - 15:30 to 18:00

Freedom Center Colloquium: Suzanne Dovi

Topic: "The Four Faces of Misogyny"

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Misogyny is often mistaken for a psychological condition, specifically, as the “undifferentiated hatred towards all women.” Rejecting this definition, Kate Manne (2017) has recently argued that misogyny is “the law enforcement branch of a patriarchal order." In other words, misogyny is better understood as a system of constraints that sanction non-compliant women. For Manne, misogyny regulates and produces gender inequalities primarily through punishments.

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Thu, 09/13/2018 - 12:30 to 13:45

Freedom Center Colloquium: Tyler DesRoches

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Location: The Kendrick Room, Social Sciences 128

We welcome faculty, students, and staff of the Philosophy and Moral Science Departments as well as members of the wider University community.

The complete list of current and past colloquia is on the Freedom Center website.
freedomcenter.arizona.edu/colloquia/2018-2019

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Thu, 11/15/2018 - 12:30 to 13:45

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