Philosophy Events

Fall 2019

Andreas Lecture: Can Animals Be Moral?
Presented by: Kristin Andrews, York University
Thursday, October 3rd at 7:00PM in the Wiecking Center Auditorium

Andreas Lecture: Why We Should Presume that Animals are Sentient?
Presented by: Kristin Andrews, York University
Friday, October 4th at 10:00AM in Morris Hall 103

Philosophy Colloquium: Is There a Genuine Internalist/Externalist Debate about Mental Content?
Presented by: Richard Liebendorfer, Minnesota State University, Mankato
Thursday, October 24th at 4:00PM in Armstrong Hall 214

Philosophy Colloquium: When are Two Comics the Same Comic?
Presented by: Roy T. Cook, University of Minnesota
Thursday, November 14th at 4:00PM in Armstrong Hall 214

Spring 2020

Philosophy Colloquium: Make American Philosophy Great Again: The Johnson-Berkeley Encounter
Presented by: Geoffrey Gorham, Macalester College
Thursday, February 6th at 4:00PM in Morris Hall 102

Philosophy Colloquium: Racial Justice in a Winner-Take-All Economy
Presented by: Joshua Preiss, Minnesota State University, Mankato
Thursday, February 20th at 4:00PM in Morris Hall 102

View a listing of our past events and presenters.