Hope you all enjoy your spring break. The UCSD Philosophy Club is going to run a Plato Reading Group. Phoenix Wang is the organizer of the reading group.
The first meeting will be on March 31 (this Wednesday), at 4:00 pm. We will chat about random things (presumably related to Plato) during the first meeting, deciding which work we read and discuss during the next meeting.
Hope you all have a wonderful start to the winter quarter! This winter, the UCSD Philosophy Club is going to run a Philosophy of Political Science Reading Group. Sarah Kang (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the organizer and leader of the reading group.
The first meeting will start next Friday (Jan 29), 11:00 am. The zoom link is the following:
For the reading group, we usually read a single short paper or an excerpt from a philosopher’s work each week. Each one is selected in advance by a participant. We rotate through each participant before starting again. Feel free to select any pieces of writing you find interesting within the field of philosophy of political science. The first meeting’s reading was selected by Sarah, and it’s Chapter 13from Thomas Hobbes’s Leviathan. Here’s the pdf copy of chapter XIII:
The UCSD Philosophy Club wants to invite you to our third special discussion session on Dec 7 (Monday) at 4:00 pm.
For this session, we have invited Prof. Matthew Fulkerson, and the tentative topic is Philosophy of Cognitive Science. This involves any related topics in this field, including face perception, emotions, pain, motivations, etc. (depends on your interests!). Prof. Fulkerson is one of the most well-known experts in this area of study and has done intense research on philosophy of psychology, cognitive science, and philosophy of perception. Please feel free to bring any questions or thoughts to discuss during this session.
If you have any questions in regards to Philosophy of Cognitive Science, or if you are curious about this topic, it’s a great opportunity for you to talk with a philosopher who is specialized in this field! We look forward to seeing you during the session next Monday!
Please feel free to contact Phoenix email@example.com if you have any questions.
The UCSD Philosophy Club is delighted to invite you to our special discussion section on Nov 20 (Friday) at 4:00 pm.
For this session, we have invited Dr. Greene to talk to us about ancient Greek and Roman physics and time. Dr. Greene specializes in ancient Greek and Roman philosophy here at UCSD and has done focused research on the Stoic theory of time. Feel free to bring any questions or thoughts to discuss during this session.
We are glad to invite you to our last event for the year, Coffee with Prof. Jennifer Carr. Link to Prof. Carr’s website: http://philosophyfaculty.ucsd.edu/~j2carr/ Please join us for coffee and an informal conversation with Prof. Carr.
Coffee with Prof. Jennifer Carr
Tuesday, March 3rd
@2:00 PM @The Art of Espresso
**Free Coffee provided **
The Art of Espresso is located in the Mandeville Center area. There is no membership for the Philosophy Dept’s Phil Club. The events are sponsored by the department and are open to all UC San Diego students, so feel free to invite a friend to come with you.
For more information, please see the attached flyer or contact Tremaine, firstname.lastname@example.org
We are excited to invite you to ourspecial discussion session on Feb 14 (Friday) @2:00 pm. (Pizzas are provided!)
During this session, we invited an awesome philosopher — Prof. Vargas, and he is going to talk about Free will & Agency (probably a bit of Mexican Philosophy) with us! There are many kinds of interesting topics inthe field of Free will & Agency, and Prof. Vargas is the most well-known expert on it!
If you have any questions with regards to Free will & Agency, or maybe curious about this topic, please join this great conversation with us! The location is in the Philosophy Department Lounge Room (HSS 7076), and we will provide pizzas & drinks there. We are looking forward to seeing you during the discussion session! Please see the flyer attached.
We are excited to invite you to our special discussion session on Feb 6 (Thursday) @4:00 pm.
During this session, we invited an extraordinary philosopher — Prof. Nancy Cartwright, and she is going to talk about Philosophy of Social Science with us! There are many kinds of interesting topics inPhilosophy of Social Science, and Prof. Nancy Cartwright is definitely an expert in this field (Yes, she is the “Lady Hampshire” and an extraordinary woman philosopher O-hooo!)
If you have any questions with regards to Philosophy of Social Science, or simply curious about this topic, please join this great conversation with us! The location is @H&SS 7077 (Philosophy Department Seminar Room), and we are looking forward to seeing you during the discussion session! Please see the flyer attached.
Special Notice: Prof. Cartwright will only be on campus during the winter quarter, so this is a great opportunity to meet & talk with her!
Come join us for what promises to be a fantastic discussion. Remember, there is no membership in Philosophy Club and the events are open to all UC San Diego students, so feel free to invite a friend to come with you.