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Fall 2021 Department Events

The Philosophy Department (together with the Philosophy Club and Phi Sigma Tau Honors Society) hopes you’ll join us at some upcoming events.

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Philosophical Film Screening: October

Food for Thought Lunch: Monsters!

Thursday, October 14th @ 12:10PM (after International Coming Out Day photo)
Benches on the Quad above Freas Hall (rain location: Willard-Smith Library)

What is a monster? What do we find “monstrous” and why?

Philosophical Film Screening: November

Thursday, November 4th @ 7PM

Campus Theatre (free admission)

How is ignorance manufactured and managed?
What should we do about it?
(based on the influential book of the same name by Naomi Oreskes & Erik Conway)

World Philosophy Day!

Thursday, November 18th @ 4PM

Brought to you by Phi Sigma Tau & the Philosophy Club. World Philosophy Day, established by UNESCO in 2005, is a celebration of all things philosophy. We’ll have food, games (including the ever-popular “pin the mustache on Nietzsche”), prizes, a philosopher photobooth, and more!

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