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Archive for October, 2011

  • Is Philosophy the most practical major?

    So says the Atlantic in a recent article:  http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/10/is-philosophy-the-most-practical-major/246763/ More »
  • Prof. Celada presents new work on research ethics

    Prof. Teresa Celada is presenting a paper entitled “Specifying Health Risks and Their Impact on Research Participants” at the 2011 Northern New England Philosophical Association Meeting at St. Michael's College, Burlington, VT on Saturday, October 22nd.  Find out more about the conference here: https://www.plymouth.edu/department/history-philosophy/377/nnepa-2011-program/   More »
  • Announcing Phil 298 "Philosophy and Race" Spring 2012

    "What is race?  Is race real?  What is racism?  Is racism different from white privilege?  If race is unreal, how is it that racists are real and who are the whites with privilege?  While most of us believe we already possess intuitive answers to these questions, the truth is that most of our answers are […] More »
  • Congratulations Carry Osborne '11

    Carry Osborne '11 writes with exciting news.  His paper, "Why Death is a Loss: The Asymmetry of Pre-Natal and Post-Mortem Non-Existence," has been accepted for presentation at the 2011 Illinois Philosophical Association conference.  The conference will take place on November 18-19 at Northern Illinois University and honors the work of Professor Michael Tooley at the University […] More »