The second biannual “Catholic Q&A” is on Tuesday (1/28) at 7 in Damen (Campus Ministry Suite, 217). The Topic: “Catholicism: What’s t/Truth Got To Do With It?” Professor James Murphy, S.J. will lead. Flyer below: a fun reference to Plato and the allegory of the cave. And: it’s always a humdinger when t/Truth is on the […]
We are very pleased to announce that the Philosophy Department at LUC is hosting a symposium on the new book Hegel’s Phenomenology: A Dialectical Justification of Philosophy’s First Principles by our very own Dr. Ardis Collins. CLICK HERE FOR THE EVENT WEBSITE AND DETAILS DATE: 02/26/2014 TIME: 2:00pm to 6:00pm LOCATION: Damen Student Center, Room 1100 Lake […]
If you’re in the mood for a lovely song filled with the musings of unrequited love and philosopher puns, look no further. We’ll Nietzsche to Kierkegaard your hearts for this one. Enjoy! The Mostly German Philosophers Love Song Song by Jeremy Boor. Via Dr. Schweickart.
Poster by resident artist Molly Clasen.
Several reading groups will be continuing on next semester, and we will post more information about those here once it becomes available. The weekly thesis/dissertation writing group that started last semester will continue through the spring (and probably beyond). For more information contact Kyoungnam, knpark123[at]gmail.com. A hermeneutics reading group is starting up but hasn’t yet […]
Congratulations to Dr. Timothy Weidel and his wife, who celebrated the birth of a baby daughter on December 7th.