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The Temple of Mars: If War Is Hell, Why Is It Worshipped?

Sep 27, 12:30PM 1:50PM
Location:
Comal (CMAL); 116, Dialogue Room
Cost:
FREE
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy

Presented by the Dialogue Class


A program of as many as 60 presentations each semester, this unique series of lectures, interactive presentations, and discussions, is held in the Dialogue Room (Comal 116).

For over twenty 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.  

The Department of Philosophy teaches more than 4500 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 as euthanasia, stem cell research, and capital punishment. The series is also connected with a course, “Dialogue: Theory and Practice,” which is offered at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

*Talk of the Times, an activity of the American Democracy Project at Texas State, is a weekly open forum on current events and issues led by members of Phi Sigma Tau, the philosophy honor society.  Co-sponsors of the Philosophy Dialogue Series are American Democracy Project, College of Liberal Arts, Common Experience, Gina Weatherhead Dialogue Fund, Humanities Texas, National Endowment for the Humanities, Phi Sigma Tau, Domino’s Pizza, University Seminar, New York Times, Honors College, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, and Vice President for Student Affairs.


If you require an accommodation due to a disability, contact the Department of Philosophy at 512-245-2285. Accommodation requests should be made at least 72 hours in advance of the program start time to ensure availability.



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Panel Dialogue: Entering the University Experience

Sep 27, 2:00PM 3:15PM
Location:
Comal (CMAL); 116, Dialogue Room
Cost:
FREE
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy

Host: Twister Marquiss

Panelists: Blake Holbrook, James Lambert, Jeremy Kennard, Naiha Campos, Nicholas Sterling,  Carl Van Aacken


A program of as many as 60 presentations each semester, this unique series of lectures, interactive presentations, and discussions, is held in the Dialogue Room (Comal 116).

For over twenty 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.  

The Department of Philosophy teaches more than 4500 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 as euthanasia, stem cell research, and capital punishment. The series is also connected with a course, “Dialogue: Theory and Practice,” which is offered at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

*Talk of the Times, an activity of the American Democracy Project at Texas State, is a weekly open forum on current events and issues led by members of Phi Sigma Tau, the philosophy honor society.  Co-sponsors of the Philosophy Dialogue Series are American Democracy Project, College of Liberal Arts, Common Experience, Gina Weatherhead Dialogue Fund, Humanities Texas, National Endowment for the Humanities,P hi Sigma Tau, Domino’s Pizza, University Seminar, New York Times, Honors College, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, and Vice President for Student Affairs.


If you require an accommodation due to a disability, contact the Department of Philosophy at 512-245-2285. Accommodation requests should be made at least 72 hours in advance of the program start time to ensure availability.



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Can Nonviolence Work Like That Today? Reviewing Highlights from Classic Movements

Sep 27, 3:30PM 5:00PM
Location:
Comal (CMAL); 116, Dialogue Room
Cost:
FREE
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy

Presented by: Honors Nonviolence Class


A program of as many as 60 presentations each semester, this unique series of lectures, interactive presentations, and discussions, is held in the Dialogue Room (Comal 116).

For over twenty 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.  

The Department of Philosophy teaches more than 4500 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 as euthanasia, stem cell research, and capital punishment. The series is also connected with a course, “Dialogue: Theory and Practice,” which is offered at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

*Talk of the Times, an activity of the American Democracy Project at Texas State, is a weekly open forum on current events and issues led by members of Phi Sigma Tau, the philosophy honor society.  Co-sponsors of the Philosophy Dialogue Series are American Democracy Project, College of Liberal Arts, Common Experience, Gina Weatherhead Dialogue Fund, Humanities Texas, National Endowment for the Humanities, Phi Sigma Tau, Domino’s Pizza, University Seminar,N ew York Times, Honors College, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, and Vice President for Student Affairs.


If you require an accommodation due to a disability, contact the Department of Philosophy at 512-245-2285. Accommodation requests should be made at least 72 hours in advance of the program start time to ensure availability.



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San Marcos Public Library Dialogue: War Forum:What It Is Like to Go to War

Sep 28, 3:30PM 4:50PM
Location:
Off Campus; San Marcos Public Library, 625 E. Hopkins St. San Marcos, Texas 78666
Cost:
FREE
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy

Presented by Philosophy Students and Faculty


A program of as many as 60 presentations each semester, this unique series of lectures, interactive presentations, and discussions, is held in the Dialogue Room (Comal 116).

For over twenty 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.  

The Department of Philosophy teaches more than 4500 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 as euthanasia, stem cell research, and capital punishment. The series is also connected with a course, “Dialogue: Theory and Practice,” which is offered at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

*Talk of the Times, an activity of the American Democracy Project at Texas State, is a weekly open forum on current events and issues led by members of Phi Sigma Tau, the philosophy honor society.  Co-sponsors of the Philosophy Dialogue Series are American Democracy Project, College of Liberal Arts, Common Experience, Gina Weatherhead Dialogue Fund, Humanities Texas, National Endowment for the Humanities, Phi Sigma Tau, Domino’s Pizza, University Seminar, New York Times, Honors College, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, and Vice President for Student Affairs.


If you require an accommodation due to a disability, contact the Department of Philosophy at 512-245-2285. Accommodation requests should be made at least 72 hours in advance of the program start time to ensure availability.

San Marcos Public Library, 625 E. Hopkins St. San Marcos, Texas 78666


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Sustainability Dialogue -The Treadmill of Destruction

Sep 28, 6:30PM 8:00PM
Location:
Comal (CMAL); 116, Dialogue Room
Cost:
FREE
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy

 Presented by: Chad Smith, Sociology


A program of as many as 60 presentations each semester, this unique series of lectures, interactive presentations, and discussions, is held in the Dialogue Room (Comal 116).

For over twenty 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.  

The Department of Philosophy teaches more than 4500 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 as euthanasia, stem cell research, and capital punishment. The series is also connected with a course, “Dialogue: Theory and Practice,” which is offered at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

*Talk of the Times, an activity of the American Democracy Project at Texas State, is a weekly open forum on current events and issues led by members of Phi Sigma Tau, the philosophy honor society.  Co-sponsors of the Philosophy Dialogue Series are American Democracy Project, College of Liberal Arts, Common Experience, Gina Weatherhead Dialogue Fund, Humanities Texas, National Endowment for the Humanities, Phi Sigma Tau, Domino’s Pizza, University Seminar, New York Times, Honors College, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, and Vice President for Student Affairs.


If you require an accommodation due to a disability, contact the Department of Philosophy at 512-245-2285. Accommodation requests should be made at least 72 hours in advance of the program start time to ensure availability.



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Reflections on War and Death

Sep 29, 12:30PM 1:50PM
Location:
Comal (CMAL); 116, Dialogue Room
Cost:
FREE
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy

Presented by: Dialogue Class


A program of as many as 60 presentations each semester, this unique series of lectures, interactive presentations, and discussions, is held in the Dialogue Room (Comal 116).

For over twenty 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.  

The Department of Philosophy teaches more than 4500 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 as euthanasia, stem cell research, and capital punishment. The series is also connected with a course, “Dialogue: Theory and Practice,” which is offered at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

*Talk of the Times, an activity of the American Democracy Project at Texas State, is a weekly open forum on current events and issues led by members of Phi Sigma Tau, the philosophy honor society.  Co-sponsors of the Philosophy Dialogue Series are American Democracy Project, College of Liberal Arts, Common Experience, Gina Weatherhead Dialogue Fund, Humanities Texas, National Endowment for the Humanities, Phi Sigma Tau, Domino’s Pizza, University Seminar, New York Times, Honors College, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, and Vice President for Student Affairs.


If you require an accommodation due to a disability, contact the Department of Philosophy at 512-245-2285. Accommodation requests should be made at least 72 hours in advance of the program start time to ensure availability.



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Texas State Authors The Politics of Everybody

Sep 29, 3:30PM 4:50PM
Location:
Comal (CMAL); 116, Dialogue Room
Cost:
FREE
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy

Presented by: Holly Lewis, Philosophy


A program of as many as 60 presentations each semester, this unique series of lectures, interactive presentations, and discussions, is held in the Dialogue Room (Comal 116).

For over twenty 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.  

The Department of Philosophy teaches more than 4500 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 as euthanasia, stem cell research, and capital punishment. The series is also connected with a course, “Dialogue: Theory and Practice,” which is offered at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

*Talk of the Times, an activity of the American Democracy Project at Texas State, is a weekly open forum on current events and issues led by members of Phi Sigma Tau, the philosophy honor society.  Co-sponsors of the Philosophy Dialogue Series are American Democracy Project, College of Liberal Arts, Common Experience, Gina Weatherhead Dialogue Fund, Humanities Texas, National Endowment for the Humanities, Phi Sigma Tau, Domino’s Pizza, University Seminar, New York Times, Honors College, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, and Vice President for Student Affairs.


If you require an accommodation due to a disability, contact the Department of Philosophy at 512-245-2285. Accommodation requests should be made at least 72 hours in advance of the program start time to ensure availability.



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Talk of the Times

Sep 30, 12:00PM 1:50PM
Location:
Comal (CMAL); 116, Dialogue Room
Cost:
FREE
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy

Presented by: Phi Sigma Tau


A program of as many as 60 presentations each semester, this unique series of lectures, interactive presentations, and discussions, is held in the Dialogue Room (Comal 116).

For over twenty 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.  

The Department of Philosophy teaches more than 4500 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 as euthanasia, stem cell research, and capital punishment. The series is also connected with a course, “Dialogue: Theory and Practice,” which is offered at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

*Talk of the Times, an activity of the American Democracy Project at Texas State, is a weekly open forum on current events and issues led by members of Phi Sigma Tau, the philosophy honor society.  Co-sponsors of the Philosophy Dialogue Series are American Democracy Project, College of Liberal Arts, Common Experience, Gina Weatherhead Dialogue Fund, Humanities Texas, National Endowment for the Humanities, Phi Sigma Tau, Domino’s Pizza, University Seminar, New York Times, Honors College, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, and Vice President for Student Affairs.


If you require an accommodation due to a disability, contact the Department of Philosophy at 512-245-2285. Accommodation requests should be made at least 72 hours in advance of the program start time to ensure availability.



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Can Traditional Theories of the State Recover from the Anti-Foundationalists’ Challenge?

Oct 03, 2:00PM 3:20PM
Location:
Comal (CMAL); 116, Dialogue Room
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy

Presented by: Philosophy Graduate Students


A program of as many as 60 presentations each semester, this unique series of lectures, interactive presentations, and discussions, is held in the Dialogue Room (Comal 116).

For over twenty 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.  

The Department of Philosophy teaches more than 4500 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 as euthanasia, stem cell research, and capital punishment. The series is also connected with a course, “Dialogue: Theory and Practice,” which is offered at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

*Talk of the Times, an activity of the American Democracy Project at Texas State, is a weekly open forum on current events and issues led by members of Phi Sigma Tau, the philosophy honor society.  Co-sponsors of the Philosophy Dialogue Series are American Democracy Project, College of Liberal Arts, Common Experience, Gina Weatherhead Dialogue Fund, Humanities Texas, National Endowment for the Humanities,P hi Sigma Tau, Domino’s Pizza, University Seminar, New York Times, Honors College, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, and Vice President for Student Affairs.


If you require an accommodation due to a disability, contact the Department of Philosophy at 512-245-2285. Accommodation requests should be made at least 72 hours in advance of the program start time to ensure availability.



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Self Love: Learning to Love Yourself through Culture and Identity

Oct 03, 5:00PM 7:00PM
Location:
Comal (CMAL); 116, Dialogue Room
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy

Panel Discussion: Pan African Action Committee


A program of as many as 60 presentations each semester, this unique series of lectures, interactive presentations, and discussions, is held in the Dialogue Room (Comal 116).

For over twenty 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.  

Faculty and student presenters come from all eight Colleges on campus, and the Department recruits nationally recognized scholars, including Antony Flew, Richard Swinburne, Andrew Light, Amy Oliver, Jean Kazez, Parker Palmer, John J. McDermott, Maarten van Delden, Lisa Newton, Alfred Mele, Susana Nuccetelli, Larry Hickman, Steven A. Moore, John J. Collins, and David Luban, to participate each semester. Everyone is welcome to attend, and we encourage informal dialogues between faculty, students, and visitors.

The Department of Philosophy teaches more than 4500 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 as euthanasia, stem cell research, and capital punishment. The series is also connected with a course, “Dialogue: Theory and Practice,” which is offered at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

*Talk of the Times, an activity of the American Democracy Project at Texas State, is a weekly open forum on current events and issues led by members ofPhi Sigma Tau, the philosophy honor society.  Co-sponsors of the Philosophy Dialogue Series are American Democracy Project, College of Liberal Arts, Common Experience, Gina Weatherhead Dialogue Fund, Humanities Texas, National Endowment for the Humanities,Phi Sigma Tau, Domino’s Pizza, University Seminar,New York Times, Honors College, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, and Vice President for Student Affairs.


If you require an accommodation due to a disability, contact the Department of Philosophy at 512-245-2285. Accommodation requests should be made at least 72 hours in advance of the program start time to ensure availability.



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The Environmental Costs of the Treadmill of Destruction: Drugs, Militarism, and Deforestation in the Andes

Oct 04, 11:00AM 12:00PM
Location:
Comal (CMAL); 116, Dialogue Room
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy

Presented by: Gregory Hooks, McMaster University


A program of as many as 60 presentations each semester, this unique series of lectures, interactive presentations, and discussions, is held in the Dialogue Room (Comal 116).

For over twenty 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.  

Faculty and student presenters come from all eight Colleges on campus, and the Department recruits nationally recognized scholars, including Antony Flew, Richard Swinburne, Andrew Light, Amy Oliver, Jean Kazez, Parker Palmer, John J. McDermott, Maarten van Delden, Lisa Newton, Alfred Mele, Susana Nuccetelli, Larry Hickman, Steven A. Moore, John J. Collins, and David Luban, to participate each semester. Everyone is welcome to attend, and we encourage informal dialogues between faculty, students, and visitors.

The Department of Philosophy teaches more than 4500 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 as euthanasia, stem cell research, and capital punishment. The series is also connected with a course, “Dialogue: Theory and Practice,” which is offered at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

*Talk of the Times, an activity of the American Democracy Project at Texas State, is a weekly open forum on current events and issues led by members ofPhi Sigma Tau, the philosophy honor society.  Co-sponsors of the Philosophy Dialogue Series are American Democracy Project, College of Liberal Arts, Common Experience, Gina Weatherhead Dialogue Fund, Humanities Texas, National Endowment for the Humanities,Phi Sigma Tau, Domino’s Pizza, University Seminar,New York Times, Honors College, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, and Vice President for Student Affairs.


If you require an accommodation due to a disability, contact the Department of Philosophy at 512-245-2285. Accommodation requests should be made at least 72 hours in advance of the program start time to ensure availability.



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Medical Heroism on the Western Front of WWI

Oct 04, 12:30PM 1:50PM
Location:
Comal (CMAL); 116, Dialogue Room
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy

Presented by: Patrick Gonzales & Edward Zeitler,

Dialogue Students

A program of as many as 60 presentations each semester, this unique series of lectures, interactive presentations, and discussions, is held in the Dialogue Room (Comal 116).

For over twenty 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.  

Faculty and student presenters come from all eight Colleges on campus, and the Department recruits nationally recognized scholars, including Antony Flew, Richard Swinburne, Andrew Light, Amy Oliver, Jean Kazez, Parker Palmer, John J. McDermott, Maarten van Delden, Lisa Newton, Alfred Mele, Susana Nuccetelli, Larry Hickman, Steven A. Moore, John J. Collins, and David Luban, to participate each semester. Everyone is welcome to attend, and we encourage informal dialogues between faculty, students, and visitors.

The Department of Philosophy teaches more than 4500 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 as euthanasia, stem cell research, and capital punishment. The series is also connected with a course, “Dialogue: Theory and Practice,” which is offered at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

*Talk of the Times, an activity of the American Democracy Project at Texas State, is a weekly open forum on current events and issues led by members ofPhi Sigma Tau, the philosophy honor society.  Co-sponsors of the Philosophy Dialogue Series are American Democracy Project, College of Liberal Arts, Common Experience, Gina Weatherhead Dialogue Fund, Humanities Texas, National Endowment for the Humanities,Phi Sigma Tau, Domino’s Pizza, University Seminar,New York Times, Honors College, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, and Vice President for Student Affairs.


If you require an accommodation due to a disability, contact the Department of Philosophy at 512-245-2285. Accommodation requests should be made at least 72 hours in advance of the program start time to ensure availability.



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Panel Dialogue on Veterans’ Issues

Oct 04, 5:00PM 6:00PM
Location:
Comal (CMAL); 116, Dialogue Room
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Camrie Pipper, 512.245.2285
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy

Panelists: Burel Ford, DiAndria Donaldson, Jeremy Kennard


A program of as many as 60 presentations each semester, this unique series of lectures, interactive presentations, and discussions, is held in the Dialogue Room (Comal 116).

For over twenty 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.  

Faculty and student presenters come from all eight Colleges on campus, and the Department recruits nationally recognized scholars, including Antony Flew, Richard Swinburne, Andrew Light, Amy Oliver, Jean Kazez, Parker Palmer, John J. McDermott, Maarten van Delden, Lisa Newton, Alfred Mele, Susana Nuccetelli, Larry Hickman, Steven A. Moore, John J. Collins, and David Luban, to participate each semester. Everyone is welcome to attend, and we encourage informal dialogues between faculty, students, and visitors.

The Department of Philosophy teaches more than 4500 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 as euthanasia, stem cell research, and capital punishment. The series is also connected with a course, “Dialogue: Theory and Practice,” which is offered at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

*Talk of the Times, an activity of the American Democracy Project at Texas State, is a weekly open forum on current events and issues led by members ofPhi Sigma Tau, the philosophy honor society.  Co-sponsors of the Philosophy Dialogue Series are American Democracy Project, College of Liberal Arts, Common Experience, Gina Weatherhead Dialogue Fund, Humanities Texas, National Endowment for the Humanities,Phi Sigma Tau, Domino’s Pizza, University Seminar,New York Times, Honors College, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, and Vice President for Student Affairs.


If you require an accommodation due to a disability, contact the Department of Philosophy at 512-245-2285. Accommodation requests should be made at least 72 hours in advance of the program start time to ensure availability.



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