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Work and Human Dignity in a Just Society

Mar 05, 12:30PM - 2:00PM
Work and Human Dignity in a Just Society This event focuses on Work and Human Dignity in a Just Society and is presented by Nicholás Cantú & Kendria Holmes, Dialogue Students

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of Work. 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:
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 5122452285
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The Seer of Bayside: Veronica Lueken and the Struggle to Define Catholicism

Mar 05, 3:30PM - 5:00PM
The Seer of Bayside: Veronica Lueken and the Struggle to Define CatholicismThis event focuses on Dangerous Games: What the Moral Panic over Role-Playing Games Says about Play, Religion, and Imagined Worlds and is presented by Joe Laycock.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of Work. 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:
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
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Why Not Be An Atheist

Mar 09, 2:00PM - 3:30PM
In conjunction with the dialogue series and Philosophy department, the Religious Studies Colloquium presents Dr. Fulmer on 3/12/2015 at 2 pm. Dr. Fulmer will present "Why Not Be An Atheist" in Comal 116.


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Location:
Comal (CMAL); Dialogue Room, Comal 116
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
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Nature Philosophers: From Myth to Science

Mar 10, 12:30PM - 2:00PM
Nature Philosophers: From  Myth  to Science This event focuses on Nature Philosophers: From  Myth  to Science   and is presented by Jo Ann Carson.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of Nature. 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:
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
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Dialogue at San Marcos Public Library

Mar 11, 3:30PM - 5:00PM
Dialogue at San Marcos Public Library Join Texas State University students, instructors, and special guests at the San Marcos Public Library for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of Exploring Democracy's Promise: From Segregation to Integration as part of the yearly Common Experience project. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.



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Location:
Off Campus; 625 East Hopkins Street, San Marcos, TX 78666
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
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The Way Things Are: Ontology and Social Reality

Mar 12, 12:30PM - 2:00PM
The Way Things Are: Ontology and Social Reality This event focuses on The Way Things Are: Ontology and Social Reality and is presented by Manolo Lago & Mark Norris, Dialogue Students

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of Nature. 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:
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
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Religious Studies Colloquium

Mar 12, 4:00PM - 5:00AM
In conjunction with the dialogue series and Philosophy department, the Religious Studies Colloquium presents Dr. Binita Mehta on 3/12/2015 at 4pm. She will present "The Divinity of the Material World: The Ecological Implications of the Religious Doctrine of Immanence."


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Location:
Comal (CMAL); Dialogue Room, 116
Cost:
FREE
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
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Work in Progress

Mar 13, 2:30PM - 3:30PM
Work in Progress 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:
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
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Sustainable Capitalism: Oxymoron or Achievable Goal?

Mar 24, 12:30PM - 2:00PM
Sustainable Capitalism: Oxymoron or Achievable Goal? This event focuses on Sustainable Capitalism: Oxymoron or Achievable Goal? and is presented by Mark Cardenas & Jack Corcoran, Dialogue Student.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of Technology, Risk, and Sustainability. 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:
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
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American Soldiers, Panpan Girls, and Sexual Danger in US-Occupied Japan

Mar 24, 3:30PM - 5:00PM
American Soldiers, Panpan Girls, and Sexual Danger in US-Occupied JapanThis event focuses on American Soldiers, Panpan Girls, and Sexual Danger in US-Occupied Japan  and is presented by Robert Kramm, The Swiss Institute of Technology- Zurich.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of Technology, Risk, and Sustainability. 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:
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
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Dialogue at San Marcos Public Library

Mar 25, 3:30PM - 5:00PM
Dialogue at San Marcos Public LibraryJoin Texas State University students, instructors, and special guests at the San Marcos Public Library for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of Exploring Democracy's Promise: From Segregation to Integration as part of the yearly Common Experience project. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.


Click here for more information
Location:
Off Campus; 625 East Hopkins Street, San Marcos, TX 78666
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
[add to your calendar]

The Challenge of Sustainable Development

Mar 26, 12:30PM - 2:00PM
The Challenge of Sustainable Development This event focuses on The Challenge of Sustainable Development   and is presented by John David Carso.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of Technology, Risk, and Sustainability. 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:
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
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Dangerous Games: What the Moral Panic over Role-Playing Games Says about Play, Religion, and Imagined Worlds

Mar 26, 3:30PM - 5:00PM
Dangerous Games: What the Moral Panic over Role-Playing Games Says about Play, Religion, and Imagined WorldsThis event focuses on Dangerous Games: What the Moral Panic over Role-Playing Games Says about Play, Religion, and Imagined Worlds and is presented by Joe Laycock.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of Technology, Risk, and Sutainability. 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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Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
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Exemplars of Nonviolent Protest

Mar 31, 12:30PM - 2:00PM
Exemplars of Nonviolent ProtestThis event focuses on Exemplars of Nonviolent Protest  and is presented by Peggy Kelsey.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of Voices of Freedom. 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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Cost:
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Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
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“You must not do it anymore:” Leonard Cohen, Songs of Freedom Protest, and Rebellion

Apr 01, 11:00AM - 12:30PM
“You must not do it anymore:” Leonard Cohen, Songs of Freedom Protest, and RebellionThis event focuses on “You must not do it anymore:” Leonard Cohen, Songs of Freedom Protest, and Rebellion and is presented by Dan Tamir.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of Voices of Freedom. 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:
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
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Dialogue at San Marcos Public Library Conversations with Afghan Women

Apr 01, 3:30PM - 5:00PM
Dialogue at San Marcos Public Library Conversations with Afghan Women 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:
Off Campus; 625 East Hopkins Street, San Marcos, TX 78666
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Phiolosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
[add to your calendar]

Women Wage Peace, Jane Addams at The Hague, 1915

Apr 02, 12:30PM - 2:00PM
Women Wage Peace, Jane Addams at The Hague, 1915This event focuses on Women Wage Peace, Jane Addams at The Hague, 1915 and is presented by Victoria Gomez, Cara Heffernan & Sarah Jackson, Dialogue Students.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of Voices of Freedom. 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:
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
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Is Passing the Turing Test Sufficient to Establish Intelligence?

Apr 07, 12:30PM - 2:00PM
Is Passing the Turing Test Sufficient to Establish Intelligence?This event focuses on Is Passing the Turing Test Sufficient to Establish Intelligence? and is presented by Daniel Drust.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of Turing and Computing Machines. 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:
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
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When Great “Minds” Think: Ethics in the Search for Artificial Intelligence

Apr 07, 12:30PM - 2:00PM
When Great “Minds” Think: Ethics in the Search for Artificial Intelligence This event focuses on When Great “Minds” Think: Ethics in the Search for Artificial Intelligence   and is presented by Austin Sims.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of Turing and Computing Machines. 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:
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
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Is it Wrong for a Computer to Bluff? Part I

Apr 08, 2:00PM - 3:30PM
Is it Wrong for a Computer to Bluff? Part IThis event focuses on Is it Wrong for a Computer to Bluff? Part I and is presented by Ivan Mora & Landon Bullard, Ethics Student.

Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of Turing and Computing Machines. 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:
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
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Dialogue at the SMPL On Turing Machines and Humanoids: Computing Models and Artificial Intelligence

Apr 08, 3:30PM - 5:00PM
Dialogue at the SMPL  On Turing Machines and Humanoids:  Computing Models and Artificial IntelligenceJoin Texas State University students, instructors, and special guests at the San Marcos Public Library for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of Exploring Democracy's Promise: From Segregation to Integration as part of the yearly Common Experience project. The series is free to attend and open to the public. Anyone may join the discussions at any time during the series.


Click here for more information
Location:
Off Campus; 625 East Hopkins Street, San Marcos, TX 78666
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
[add to your calendar]

The Church of Google: Algorithms and Human Consciousness

Apr 09, 12:30PM - 2:00PM
The Church of Google: Algorithms and Human Consciousness Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of Turing and Computing Machines. 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:
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
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Is it Wrong for a Computer to Bluff? Part II

Apr 09, 2:00PM - 3:30PM
Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of Turing and Computing Machines. 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:
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
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Policing Sexuality: The Mann Act and the Making of the FBI

Apr 09, 3:30PM - 5:00PM
Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of Turing and Computing Machines. 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:
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
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Why Ask Why?

Apr 14, 12:30PM - 2:00PM
Why Ask Why? Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of Why. 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:
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
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Questions as Quests

Apr 14, 3:30PM - 5:00PM
Questions as Quests  Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of Why. 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:
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
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Why Be Moral

Apr 16, 12:30PM - 2:00PM
Why Be MoralJoin Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of Why. 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:
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
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Crucibles of Black Empowerment: Chicago's Neighborhood Politics from the New Deal to Harold Washington

Apr 16, 3:30PM - 5:00PM
Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of Why. 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:
Cost:
Free
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
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Work in Progress

Apr 17, 2:30PM - 4:00PM
Join Texas State University instructors and special guests for a variety of discussions centered on the topic of Why. 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:
Philosophy
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
[add to your calendar]