Kant wait for those midterms? Wishing those papers were merely ideal? Take a break and join us for coffee and conversation with Prof. Lucy Allais this Friday, 20 April! We will meet at the Mandeville coffee cart at 9am — drinks are free!
Professor Allais works primarily in Kant, especially his transcendental idealism, along with various ethical issues concerning forgiveness and punishment. Recently she has also done some work in bio-ethics and the nature of consent. We Kant wait to see you there!
This Friday, Friday the 13th, will be our Movie Night. We’ll be watching Ship of Theseus (2012), discussing ethical dilemmas, and eating pizza. Join the fun at 6pm in HSS 7077!
PhilDisc is set to pick up again this coming Wednesday! Meetings will now be on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 1-2pm in the same place – HSS 8025. Feedback sessions will still be featured every other Wednesday, so come bring your suggestions!
Can’t wait to see you there!
On Monday, 2 April, from 12-1pm in HSS 7030 (Nancy’s office), we will hold an open meeting to discuss our plans for this coming quarter as well as the future of PhilClub in the next academic year. Please join us to learn about the exciting events we have in store for you! Feedback is also welcome, so bring suggestions!
Just wanted to remind you that there will be no PhilDisc tomorrow (Wednesday, 7 March). However, there will be a discussion about grad school in philosophy led by our very own Prof. David Brink! Come learn about the whole (mildly terrifying) process of crafting your application, choosing your programs, and begging for letters.
Depending on attendance and demand, we may offer a similar discussion next quarter from the perspective of recent applicants and grad students themselves! Let us know if you’re interested!
Remember to join us tomorrow (Thursday) at 5pm in HSS 7077 for our first QPD – that is, Quarterly Philosophical Discussion! The topic will be Basic Income. Articles about this topic can be found on our website (link).
Come enjoy food and a delightful conversation about rights, poverty, and money!
This is just a reminder that the submission deadline for Intuitions, the UCSD undergraduate Philosophy journal, is tomorrow, February 27. For submission guidelines, please go here. Note that you must submit both a hard copy and an electronic copy!
We look forward to reading your submission!