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Archive for April, 2012

  • Phil 207 Students Visit George Berkeley's House

    Students from Professor Kendrick's Modern Philosophy course visited Whitehall, George Berkeley's house, in Middletown, RI, on Friday, April 27. More »
  • Phil 329 students attend Nietzsche talk at UMass Boston

    Students in Professor Partridge's 19th C. Continental Philosophy Course attended a talk by Daniel Conway of Texas A&M University on April 24th, 2012 hosted by the Philosophy and Political Science Departments at the University of Massachusetts Boston. "How the Story Ends: Reading Nietzsche's Genealogy of Morality" offered a provocative interpretation of GM III:27. More »
  • Professor Kendrick gives lunchtime talk on 4/26

    William and Elsie Prentice Professor of Philosophy, Nancy Kendrick, will present recent research at a Faculty Lunch Talk on Thursday, April 26, 2012 at 12:30 p.m. in the President's Dining Room. Her talk is entitled, "George Berkeley and The Ladies Library." More »
  • Justifying Academic Honor Codes

    Stephen Mathis presented a paper at the 36th Annual Midwest Philosophy Colloquium on April 6.  His paper, "Justifying Academic Honor Codes," was one of several on the general theme of the conference: Honor and Ethics. More »
  • Wheaton's Best Buds & Philosophy Department

    Stephen Mathis and John Partridge played on the Faculty/Staff Softball Team on Tuesday, April 3.  The team turned in a valiant but losing effort against its opponent, Wheaton Best Buds.    The game was a fundraiser by Best Buds and supported the efforts of The Arc in Bristol County. More »