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Dialogue and Democracy's Promise

Sep 22, 11:00AM - 12:00PM
Dialogue and Democracy's PromiseThis event focuses on "Dialogue and Democracy’s Promise" and is an Open Discussion.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of “Dialogue, Community, and Democracy”. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.

The Department of Philosophy teaches some 2,500 introductory students each fall and spring semester. The Dialogue Series supplements their instruction, as it allows them to apply their classroom study of the principles of good thinking and ethical conduct to such controversial issues. For over twelve years, the series has provided a forum for the lively exchange and critical evaluation of diverse ideas. This series has grown from a few presentations a month during long semesters to four or five each week during most of the fall and spring semesters and during one summer session.



Click here for more information
Location:
Comal (CMAL); Comal Dialogue Room 116
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512-245-2285
[add to your calendar]

Sartre's Take on Homosexuality: His 1971 Lecture to a Class at the Sorbonne

Sep 22, 12:30PM - 1:30PM
Sartre's Take on Homosexuality: His 1971 Lecture to a Class at the SorbonneThis event focuses on "Sartre’s Take on Homosexuality: His 1971 Lecture to a Class at the Sorbonne" and is presented by Tom Grimes & Kate Peirce, Journalism & Communication.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of “Dialogue, Community, and Democracy”. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.

The Department of Philosophy teaches some 2,500 introductory students each fall and spring semester. The Dialogue Series supplements their instruction, as it allows them to apply their classroom study of the principles of good thinking and ethical conduct to such controversial issues. For over twelve years, the series has provided a forum for the lively exchange and critical evaluation of diverse ideas. This series has grown from a few presentations a month during long semesters to four or five each week during most of the fall and spring semesters and during one summer session.



Click here for more information
Location:
Comal (CMAL); Comal Dialogue Room 116
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512-245-2285
[add to your calendar]

Deliberative Democracy as Collaborative Reasoning

Sep 23, 12:30PM - 1:30PM
Deliberative Democracy as Collaborative ReasoningThis event focuses on "Deliberative Democracy as Collaborative Reasoning" and is presented by Sophists & Sages (Dialogue Students).

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of “Dialogue, Community, and Democracy”. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.

The Department of Philosophy teaches some 2,500 introductory students each fall and spring semester. The Dialogue Series supplements their instruction, as it allows them to apply their classroom study of the principles of good thinking and ethical conduct to such controversial issues. For over twelve years, the series has provided a forum for the lively exchange and critical evaluation of diverse ideas. This series has grown from a few presentations a month during long semesters to four or five each week during most of the fall and spring semesters and during one summer session.



Click here for more information
Location:
Comal (CMAL); Comal Dialogue Room 116
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512-245-2285
[add to your calendar]

Nurturing a Democratic Community in the Classroom

Sep 23, 3:30PM - 4:30PM
Nurturing a Democratic Community in the Classroom This event focuses on "Nurturing a Democratic Community in the Classroom" and is presented by Jo Ann Carson & Philosophy of Education Class.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of “Dialogue, Community, and Democracy”. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.

The Department of Philosophy teaches some 2,500 introductory students each fall and spring semester. The Dialogue Series supplements their instruction, as it allows them to apply their classroom study of the principles of good thinking and ethical conduct to such controversial issues. For over twelve years, the series has provided a forum for the lively exchange and critical evaluation of diverse ideas. This series has grown from a few presentations a month during long semesters to four or five each week during most of the fall and spring semesters and during one summer session.



Click here for more information
Location:
Comal (CMAL); Comal Dialogue Room 116
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512-245-2285
[add to your calendar]

Minima Moralis: From Blind Individualism to Conscious Individuality

Sep 24, 12:30PM - 1:30PM
Minima Moralis: From Blind Individualism to Conscious IndividualityThis event focuses on "Minima Moralis: From Blind Individualism to Conscious Individuality" and is presented by Iván Marquez, Philosophy.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of “Dialogue, Community, and Democracy”. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.

The Department of Philosophy teaches some 2,500 introductory students each fall and spring semester. The Dialogue Series supplements their instruction, as it allows them to apply their classroom study of the principles of good thinking and ethical conduct to such controversial issues. For over twelve years, the series has provided a forum for the lively exchange and critical evaluation of diverse ideas. This series has grown from a few presentations a month during long semesters to four or five each week during most of the fall and spring semesters and during one summer session.



Click here for more information
Location:
Comal (CMAL); Comal Dialogue Room 116
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512-245-2285
[add to your calendar]

The American Democracy Project

Sep 24, 3:30PM - 4:30PM
The American Democracy ProjectThis event focuses on "The American Democracy Project" and is presented by Dylan Daniel, Joseph Edmondson, & Travis Stockton, Philosophy Graduate Students with Moderator: Coleen Watson, Philosophy.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of “Dialogue, Community, and Democracy”. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.

The Department of Philosophy teaches some 2,500 introductory students each fall and spring semester. The Dialogue Series supplements their instruction, as it allows them to apply their classroom study of the principles of good thinking and ethical conduct to such controversial issues. For over twelve years, the series has provided a forum for the lively exchange and critical evaluation of diverse ideas. This series has grown from a few presentations a month during long semesters to four or five each week during most of the fall and spring semesters and during one summer session.



Click here for more information
Location:
Off Campus; San Marcos Public Library Dialogue
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512-245-2285
[add to your calendar]

Searching for the Great Community

Sep 25, 12:30PM - 1:30PM
Searching for the Great Community This event focuses on "Searching for the Great Community" and is presented by Sophists & Sages (Dialogue Students).

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of “Dialogue, Community, and Democracy”. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.

The Department of Philosophy teaches some 2,500 introductory students each fall and spring semester. The Dialogue Series supplements their instruction, as it allows them to apply their classroom study of the principles of good thinking and ethical conduct to such controversial issues. For over twelve years, the series has provided a forum for the lively exchange and critical evaluation of diverse ideas. This series has grown from a few presentations a month during long semesters to four or five each week during most of the fall and spring semesters and during one summer session.



Click here for more information
Location:
Comal (CMAL); Comal Dialogue Room 116
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512-245-2285
[add to your calendar]

The Place of Religion in American Public Schools

Sep 25, 4:00PM - 5:00PM
The Place of Religion in American Public SchoolsThis event focuses on "The Place of Religion in American Public Schools" and is presented by Joseph Laycock, Religious Studies.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of “Dialogue, Community, and Democracy”. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.

The Department of Philosophy teaches some 2,500 introductory students each fall and spring semester. The Dialogue Series supplements their instruction, as it allows them to apply their classroom study of the principles of good thinking and ethical conduct to such controversial issues. For over twelve years, the series has provided a forum for the lively exchange and critical evaluation of diverse ideas. This series has grown from a few presentations a month during long semesters to four or five each week during most of the fall and spring semesters and during one summer session.



Click here for more information
Location:
Comal (CMAL); Comal Dialogue Room 116
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512-245-2285
[add to your calendar]

Talk of the Times - Pizza and Philosophy: Phi Sigma Tau Informational Meeting

Sep 26, 12:30PM - 1:30PM
Talk of the Times - Pizza and Philosophy: Phi Sigma Tau Informational MeetingThis event focuses on "Talk of the Times - Pizza and Philosophy: Phi Sigma Tau Informational Meeting" and is presented by Phi Sigma Tau Officers: David Tamez (President), Anthony Megie (Vice President),Victoria Venturella (Secretary), Travis Stockton (Public Relations).

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of “Dialogue, Community, and Democracy”. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.

The Department of Philosophy teaches some 2,500 introductory students each fall and spring semester. The Dialogue Series supplements their instruction, as it allows them to apply their classroom study of the principles of good thinking and ethical conduct to such controversial issues. For over twelve years, the series has provided a forum for the lively exchange and critical evaluation of diverse ideas. This series has grown from a few presentations a month during long semesters to four or five each week during most of the fall and spring semesters and during one summer session.



Click here for more information
Location:
Comal (CMAL); Comal Dialogue Room 116
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512-245-2285
[add to your calendar]

Women's Rights as Human Rights in Ethiopia

Sep 29, 11:00AM - 12:00PM
Women's Rights as Human Rights in EthiopiaThis event focuses on "Women's Rights as Human Rights in Ethiopia" and is presented by Catherine Hawkins, Social Work.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of “Civil Rights/Human Rights”. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.

The Department of Philosophy teaches some 2,500 introductory students each fall and spring semester. The Dialogue Series supplements their instruction, as it allows them to apply their classroom study of the principles of good thinking and ethical conduct to such controversial issues. For over twelve years, the series has provided a forum for the lively exchange and critical evaluation of diverse ideas. This series has grown from a few presentations a month during long semesters to four or five each week during most of the fall and spring semesters and during one summer session.



Click here for more information
Location:
Comal (CMAL); Comal Dialogue Room 116
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512-245-2285
[add to your calendar]

Human Rights Issues Related to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict in Gaza and Israel

Sep 29, 2:00PM - 3:00PM
Human Rights Issues Related to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict in Gaza and IsraelThis event focuses on "Human Rights Issues Related to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict in Gaza and Israel" and is presented by Jorge Valadez, Philosophy, Our Lady of the Lake University.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of “Civil Rights/Human Rights”. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.

The Department of Philosophy teaches some 2,500 introductory students each fall and spring semester. The Dialogue Series supplements their instruction, as it allows them to apply their classroom study of the principles of good thinking and ethical conduct to such controversial issues. For over twelve years, the series has provided a forum for the lively exchange and critical evaluation of diverse ideas. This series has grown from a few presentations a month during long semesters to four or five each week during most of the fall and spring semesters and during one summer session.



Click here for more information
Location:
Comal (CMAL); Comal Dialogue Room 116
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512-245-2285
[add to your calendar]

Ancient Origins of Human Rights in Natural Law

Sep 30, 12:30PM - 1:30PM
Ancient Origins of Human Rights in Natural LawThis event focuses on "Ancient Origins of Human Rights in Natural Law" and is presented by Neha Bhakta & Quinton Crabb (Dialogue Students).

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of “Civil Rights/Human Rights”. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.

The Department of Philosophy teaches some 2,500 introductory students each fall and spring semester. The Dialogue Series supplements their instruction, as it allows them to apply their classroom study of the principles of good thinking and ethical conduct to such controversial issues. For over twelve years, the series has provided a forum for the lively exchange and critical evaluation of diverse ideas. This series has grown from a few presentations a month during long semesters to four or five each week during most of the fall and spring semesters and during one summer session.



Click here for more information
Location:
Comal (CMAL); Comal Dialogue Room 116
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512-245-2285
[add to your calendar]

Growing Up White in Mississippi: The Clash of Religious and Cultural Values during the Civil Rights Movement

Sep 30, 3:30PM - 4:30PM
Growing Up White in Mississippi: The Clash of Religious and Cultural Values during the Civil Rights Movement This event focuses on "Growing Up White in Mississippi: The Clash of Religious and Cultural Values during the Civil Rights Movement" and is presented by Susan Weill, Journalism and Mass Communication.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of “Civil Rights/Human Rights”. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.

The Department of Philosophy teaches some 2,500 introductory students each fall and spring semester. The Dialogue Series supplements their instruction, as it allows them to apply their classroom study of the principles of good thinking and ethical conduct to such controversial issues. For over twelve years, the series has provided a forum for the lively exchange and critical evaluation of diverse ideas. This series has grown from a few presentations a month during long semesters to four or five each week during most of the fall and spring semesters and during one summer session.



Click here for more information
Location:
Comal (CMAL); Comal Dialogue Room 116
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512-245-2285
[add to your calendar]

Education as a Human Right: African Education in the Trenches

Oct 01, 12:30PM - 1:30PM
Education as a Human Right: African Education in the TrenchesThis event focuses on "Education as a Human Right: African Education in the Trenches" and is presented by JD Hill, Philosophy.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of “Civil Rights/Human Rights”. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.

The Department of Philosophy teaches some 2,500 introductory students each fall and spring semester. The Dialogue Series supplements their instruction, as it allows them to apply their classroom study of the principles of good thinking and ethical conduct to such controversial issues. For over twelve years, the series has provided a forum for the lively exchange and critical evaluation of diverse ideas. This series has grown from a few presentations a month during long semesters to four or five each week during most of the fall and spring semesters and during one summer session.



Click here for more information
Location:
Comal (CMAL); Comal Dialogue Room 116
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512-245-2285
[add to your calendar]

Human Rights in Contemporary Ethiopia

Oct 01, 3:30PM - 4:30PM
Human Rights in Contemporary EthiopiaThis event focuses on "Human Rights in Contemporary Ethiopia" and is presented by Catherine Hawkins, Social Work.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of “Civil Rights/Human Rights”. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.

The Department of Philosophy teaches some 2,500 introductory students each fall and spring semester. The Dialogue Series supplements their instruction, as it allows them to apply their classroom study of the principles of good thinking and ethical conduct to such controversial issues. For over twelve years, the series has provided a forum for the lively exchange and critical evaluation of diverse ideas. This series has grown from a few presentations a month during long semesters to four or five each week during most of the fall and spring semesters and during one summer session.



Click here for more information
Location:
Off Campus; San Marcos Public Library Dialogue
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512-245-2285
[add to your calendar]

Human Rights and Moral/Cultural Relativism: A Basic Tension

Oct 02, 12:30PM - 1:30PM
Human Rights and Moral/Cultural Relativism: A Basic Tension This event focuses on "Human Rights and Moral/Cultural Relativism: A Basic Tension" and is presented by Kurt Brown, Victoria Graham, & Jonathan Hamilton (Dialogue Students).

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of “Civil Rights/Human Rights”. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.

The Department of Philosophy teaches some 2,500 introductory students each fall and spring semester. The Dialogue Series supplements their instruction, as it allows them to apply their classroom study of the principles of good thinking and ethical conduct to such controversial issues. For over twelve years, the series has provided a forum for the lively exchange and critical evaluation of diverse ideas. This series has grown from a few presentations a month during long semesters to four or five each week during most of the fall and spring semesters and during one summer session.



Click here for more information
Location:
Comal (CMAL); Comal Dialogue Room 116
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512-245-2285
[add to your calendar]

Talk of the Times

Oct 03, 12:30PM - 1:30PM
Talk of the TimesThis event focuses on "Talk of the Times" and is presented by Travis Stockton, Phi Sigma Tau.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of “Civil Rights/Human Rights”. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.

The Department of Philosophy teaches some 2,500 introductory students each fall and spring semester. The Dialogue Series supplements their instruction, as it allows them to apply their classroom study of the principles of good thinking and ethical conduct to such controversial issues. For over twelve years, the series has provided a forum for the lively exchange and critical evaluation of diverse ideas. This series has grown from a few presentations a month during long semesters to four or five each week during most of the fall and spring semesters and during one summer session.



Click here for more information
Location:
Comal (CMAL); Comal Dialogue Room 116
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512-245-2285
[add to your calendar]

Gathering Strength: Conversations with Afghan Women

Oct 07, 12:30PM - 1:30PM
Gathering Strength: Conversations with Afghan WomenThis event focuses on "Gathering Strength: Conversations with Afghan Women" and is presented by Amber Stephenson & Zach Thatcher (Dialogue Students).

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of “Border Crossings and Freedom Narratives”. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.

The Department of Philosophy teaches some 2,500 introductory students each fall and spring semester. The Dialogue Series supplements their instruction, as it allows them to apply their classroom study of the principles of good thinking and ethical conduct to such controversial issues. For over twelve years, the series has provided a forum for the lively exchange and critical evaluation of diverse ideas. This series has grown from a few presentations a month during long semesters to four or five each week during most of the fall and spring semesters and during one summer session.



Click here for more information
Location:
Comal (CMAL); Comal Dialogue Room 116
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512-245-2285
[add to your calendar]

Are Apocalypses Freedom Narratives?

Oct 08, 12:00PM - 1:00PM
Are Apocalypses Freedom Narratives?This event focuses on "Are Apocalypses Freedom Narratives?" and is presented by Rebecca Raphael, Philosophy & Religious Studies.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of “Border Crossings and Freedom Narratives”. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.

The Department of Philosophy teaches some 2,500 introductory students each fall and spring semester. The Dialogue Series supplements their instruction, as it allows them to apply their classroom study of the principles of good thinking and ethical conduct to such controversial issues. For over twelve years, the series has provided a forum for the lively exchange and critical evaluation of diverse ideas. This series has grown from a few presentations a month during long semesters to four or five each week during most of the fall and spring semesters and during one summer session.



Click here for more information
Location:
Comal (CMAL); Comal Dialogue Room 116
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512-245-2285
[add to your calendar]

Panel Discussion on “Ending Child Trafficking”

Oct 08, 2:00PM - 3:00PM
Panel Discussion on “Ending Child Trafficking”This event focuses on "Panel Discussion on “Ending Child Trafficking”" and is presented by James Kofi Annan, Founder & Executive Director, Challenging Heights; Jessica Pliley, History and John Nehme, President & CEO, Allies Against Slavery.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of “Border Crossings and Freedom Narratives”. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.

The Department of Philosophy teaches some 2,500 introductory students each fall and spring semester. The Dialogue Series supplements their instruction, as it allows them to apply their classroom study of the principles of good thinking and ethical conduct to such controversial issues. For over twelve years, the series has provided a forum for the lively exchange and critical evaluation of diverse ideas. This series has grown from a few presentations a month during long semesters to four or five each week during most of the fall and spring semesters and during one summer session.



Click here for more information
Location:
Comal (CMAL); Comal Dialogue Room 116
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512-245-2285
[add to your calendar]

Human Trafficking

Oct 08, 3:30PM - 4:30PM
Human Trafficking This event focuses on "Human Trafficking " and is presented by Parish  Conkling, Philosophy.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of “Border Crossings and Freedom Narratives”. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.

The Department of Philosophy teaches some 2,500 introductory students each fall and spring semester. The Dialogue Series supplements their instruction, as it allows them to apply their classroom study of the principles of good thinking and ethical conduct to such controversial issues. For over twelve years, the series has provided a forum for the lively exchange and critical evaluation of diverse ideas. This series has grown from a few presentations a month during long semesters to four or five each week during most of the fall and spring semesters and during one summer session.


Click here for more information
Location:
Off Campus; San Marcos Public Library Dialogue
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512-245-2285
[add to your calendar]

Coming Out

Oct 08, 6:00PM - 7:00PM
Coming OutThis event focuses on "Coming Out" and is presented by Matthew Vines, Founder, The Reformation Project.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of “Border Crossings and Freedom Narratives”. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.

The Department of Philosophy teaches some 2,500 introductory students each fall and spring semester. The Dialogue Series supplements their instruction, as it allows them to apply their classroom study of the principles of good thinking and ethical conduct to such controversial issues. For over twelve years, the series has provided a forum for the lively exchange and critical evaluation of diverse ideas. This series has grown from a few presentations a month during long semesters to four or five each week during most of the fall and spring semesters and during one summer session.



Click here for more information
Location:
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512-245-2285
[add to your calendar]

Empathy, Immigrants, and Refugees

Oct 09, 12:30PM - 1:30PM
Empathy, Immigrants, and RefugeesThis event focuses on "Empathy, Immigrants, and Refugees" and is presented by Timothy Herrera & Zach Thompson (Dialogue Students).

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of “Border Crossings and Freedom Narratives”. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.

The Department of Philosophy teaches some 2,500 introductory students each fall and spring semester. The Dialogue Series supplements their instruction, as it allows them to apply their classroom study of the principles of good thinking and ethical conduct to such controversial issues. For over twelve years, the series has provided a forum for the lively exchange and critical evaluation of diverse ideas. This series has grown from a few presentations a month during long semesters to four or five each week during most of the fall and spring semesters and during one summer session.



Click here for more information
Location:
Comal (CMAL); Comal Dialogue Room 116
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512-245-2285
[add to your calendar]

Should We Open Our Borders? Can We?

Oct 09, 3:30PM - 4:30PM
Should We Open Our Borders? Can We?This event focuses on "Should We Open Our Borders? Can We?" and is presented by Jonathan Surovell, Philosophy.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of “Border Crossings and Freedom Narratives”. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.

The Department of Philosophy teaches some 2,500 introductory students each fall and spring semester. The Dialogue Series supplements their instruction, as it allows them to apply their classroom study of the principles of good thinking and ethical conduct to such controversial issues. For over twelve years, the series has provided a forum for the lively exchange and critical evaluation of diverse ideas. This series has grown from a few presentations a month during long semesters to four or five each week during most of the fall and spring semesters and during one summer session.



Click here for more information
Location:
Comal (CMAL); Comal Dialogue Room 116
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512-245-2285
[add to your calendar]

Talk of the Times

Oct 10, 12:30PM - 1:30PM
Talk of the TimesThis event focuses on "Talk of the Times" and is presented by Dylan Daniel, Phi Sigma Tau.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of “Border Crossings and Freedom Narratives”. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.

The Department of Philosophy teaches some 2,500 introductory students each fall and spring semester. The Dialogue Series supplements their instruction, as it allows them to apply their classroom study of the principles of good thinking and ethical conduct to such controversial issues. For over twelve years, the series has provided a forum for the lively exchange and critical evaluation of diverse ideas. This series has grown from a few presentations a month during long semesters to four or five each week during most of the fall and spring semesters and during one summer session.



Click here for more information
Location:
Comal (CMAL); Comal Dialogue Room 116
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512-245-2285
[add to your calendar]

The Democratic Ideal

Oct 14, 12:30PM - 1:30PM
The Democratic IdealThis event focuses on "The Democratic Ideal" and is presented by Martin Coronado, Miguel Rios (Dialogue Students).

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of “Is America Ready for Democracy?”. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.

The Department of Philosophy teaches some 2,500 introductory students each fall and spring semester. The Dialogue Series supplements their instruction, as it allows them to apply their classroom study of the principles of good thinking and ethical conduct to such controversial issues. For over twelve years, the series has provided a forum for the lively exchange and critical evaluation of diverse ideas. This series has grown from a few presentations a month during long semesters to four or five each week during most of the fall and spring semesters and during one summer session.



Click here for more information
Location:
Comal (CMAL); Comal Dialogue Room 116
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512-245-2285
[add to your calendar]

What Is the Democratic Ideal?

Oct 15, 3:30PM - 4:30PM
What Is the Democratic Ideal?This event focuses on "What Is the Democratic Ideal?" and is presented by Jo Ann Carson & Dialogue Students.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of “Is America Ready for Democracy?”. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.

The Department of Philosophy teaches some 2,500 introductory students each fall and spring semester. The Dialogue Series supplements their instruction, as it allows them to apply their classroom study of the principles of good thinking and ethical conduct to such controversial issues. For over twelve years, the series has provided a forum for the lively exchange and critical evaluation of diverse ideas. This series has grown from a few presentations a month during long semesters to four or five each week during most of the fall and spring semesters and during one summer session.



Click here for more information
Location:
Off Campus; San Marcos Public Library Dialogue
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512-245-2285
[add to your calendar]

Must We Provide Material Redress for Past Wrongs?

Oct 16, 11:00AM - 12:00PM
Must We Provide Material Redress for Past Wrongs?This event focuses on "Must We Provide Material Redress for Past Wrongs?" and is presented by Dr. Lijun Yuan, Philosophy.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of “Is America Ready for Democracy?”. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.

The Department of Philosophy teaches some 2,500 introductory students each fall and spring semester. The Dialogue Series supplements their instruction, as it allows them to apply their classroom study of the principles of good thinking and ethical conduct to such controversial issues. For over twelve years, the series has provided a forum for the lively exchange and critical evaluation of diverse ideas. This series has grown from a few presentations a month during long semesters to four or five each week during most of the fall and spring semesters and during one summer session.



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Location:
Comal (CMAL); Comal Dialogue Room 116
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512-245-2285
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The Dark Side of Democracy

Oct 16, 12:30PM - 1:30PM
The Dark Side of DemocracyThis event focuses on "The Dark Side of Democracy" and is presented by Rick Benitez & David Donnelly (Dialogue Students).

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of “Is America Ready for Democracy?”. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.

The Department of Philosophy teaches some 2,500 introductory students each fall and spring semester. The Dialogue Series supplements their instruction, as it allows them to apply their classroom study of the principles of good thinking and ethical conduct to such controversial issues. For over twelve years, the series has provided a forum for the lively exchange and critical evaluation of diverse ideas. This series has grown from a few presentations a month during long semesters to four or five each week during most of the fall and spring semesters and during one summer session.



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Location:
Comal (CMAL); Comal Dialogue Room 116
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512-245-2285
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Talk of the Times

Oct 17, 12:30PM - 1:30PM
Talk of the TimesThis event focuses on "Talk of the Times" and is presented by Victoria Venturella, Phi Sigma Tau.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of “Is America Ready for Democracy?”. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.

The Department of Philosophy teaches some 2,500 introductory students each fall and spring semester. The Dialogue Series supplements their instruction, as it allows them to apply their classroom study of the principles of good thinking and ethical conduct to such controversial issues. For over twelve years, the series has provided a forum for the lively exchange and critical evaluation of diverse ideas. This series has grown from a few presentations a month during long semesters to four or five each week during most of the fall and spring semesters and during one summer session.



Click here for more information
Location:
Comal (CMAL); Comal Dialogue Room 116
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512-245-2285
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Work in Progress

Oct 17, 2:30PM - 3:30PM
Work in ProgressThis event focuses on "Work in Progress" and is presented by Jonathan Surovell, Philosophy.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of “Is America Ready for Democracy?”. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.

The Department of Philosophy teaches some 2,500 introductory students each fall and spring semester. The Dialogue Series supplements their instruction, as it allows them to apply their classroom study of the principles of good thinking and ethical conduct to such controversial issues. For over twelve years, the series has provided a forum for the lively exchange and critical evaluation of diverse ideas. This series has grown from a few presentations a month during long semesters to four or five each week during most of the fall and spring semesters and during one summer session.



Click here for more information
Location:
Comal (CMAL); Comal Dialogue Room 116
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Department of Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512-245-2285
[add to your calendar]