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Philosophy and Religious Studies Roundtable: The Paradox of Socrates

Sep
26
Wed

Philosophy and Religious Studies Roundtable

Philosophy and Religious Studies Roundtable: The Critique of Religion in 19th-Century German Philosophy

Oct
31
Wed

Please join the Philosophy and Religious Studies Program for a roundtable discussion on:

The Critique of Religion in Nineteenth-Century German Philosophy, led by EKU Professor Todd Gooch.

Wednesday, October 31, 1:30pm-2:30pm

Keith Hall 319

Philosophy and Religious Studies Roundtable: Ancient Skeptics

Nov
28
Wed

Ancient Skeptics: Some ancient skeptics deny that wisdom can be a path toward happiness. For them complete ignorance was the only path to happiness. How could they think this? Are they contradicting themselves by implying that they aren’t ignorant about happiness, or perhaps they were all unhappy?

RESCHEDULED: Is There a Moral Right to Own a Gun? (Philosophy and Religious Studies Roundtable)

Feb
06
Wed

Please join us for an open discussion on the question:

Is There a Moral Right to Own a Gun?

Eric Thomas Weber, "Correcting Political Correctness" (Messerich Lecture)

Feb
26
Tue

Eric Thomas Weber

“Correcting Political Correctness”

Tuesday, February 26, 7:30 PM

O’Donnell Hall, Whitlock Building

Annual Ron Messerich Lecture in Philosophy and Religion

Cosmopolitanism, Pluralism, and Human Dignity (Philosophy and Religious Studies Roundtable Series)

Mar
27
Wed

Cosmopolitanism, Pluralism, and Human Dignity: Pluralism is a controversial thesis fundamental to a prominent form of Cosmopolitanism.  The thesis affirms that “there are many values worth living by” but denies that all values are worth living by.

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