The flurry of events this week continues! HOPR is meeting again this Friday (March 27), where Dr. Kristen Irwin will present her paper, “The Implication of Bayle’s Skepticism for Moral Knowledge.” Crown 530, 3:45-5:00 p.m. Contact Dr. Irwin (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like a draft of the paper in advance.
On Thursday, March 26, two more students will be presenting their research in Crown 530, beginning at 4:00 p.m. Nina Darner, “Nestedness and Infinity in Leibniz’s Natural Machines” Anna Ulyanenkova, “The Value of Bio-Parenting: Homosexuals’ Right to State Mandated Infertility Services” Come support our undergraduates. (And refreshments will be provided.)
Dr. Eric Chwang will presenting this year’s Grant Lecture, sponsored by the John F. Grant, MD, Endowment for the study of Health Care Ethics. [edit, 3/23: The title of the presentation has been updated.] “Consent as Exclusively Mental” Eric Chwang, MD, PhD March 25, 2015 2:30-4:30 p.m. Information Commons, 4th Floor
Dr. Kristen Irwin joined Loyola as Assistant Professor in Philosophy this past fall, and she has already been an active member of the Department. She offered a workshop last semester for graduate students regarding professionalization and organized the History of Philosophy Roundtable (HOPR), a series of workshops in which faculty and students can present their […]
Loyola’s History of Philosophy Roundtable (HOPR) kicks off its series of talks this spring on Friday, March 13, at 3:45 p.m. in Crown 530. This Friday, Jason Rheins will present “No Design without a World-soul: Plato’s Panpsychic Solution to the Presocratics’ ‘Implementation of Intellect’ Problem.” Upcoming sessions of HOPR are already scheduled for March 27 (Peter […]