Internal Events

Philosophy Teaching Group

The Philosophy Teaching Group is an opportunity for Philosophy graduate students to collaboratively explore the challenges, indignities, and gratifying victories involved in teaching philosophy. All philosophy graduate students are welcome.
 
Time/Location:
First Wednesday of each month, 6:00p
 
December 7, 2016 at the Bottle Shop
 
Contact:
 

Graduate Student Workshop

The Graduate Student Workshop is a forum in which graduates students come together to present their work among their peers. GSW is open to all graduate students, as well as others' to the discretion of the speaker.

Time/Location:
Every Second Monday, 6:00p
353 University Hall

Contact:
Keren Wilson
 

Minorities and Philosophy (MAP)

MAP is an inclusive group that considers issues pertaining to the status of minorities in philosophy. Philosophy faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate majors are welcome to attend.

Time:
One Monday a Month, 3:30pm

Spring 17 Schedule:

  • February 13 - Room 156 University Hall
  • March 20 - Room 458 Thompson Library
  • April 10 - Room 353 University Hall

Contact:
Lavender McKittrick-Sweitzer
 

Miscellaneous Metaphysics

 

Miscellaneous Metaphysics is a reading group that covers a wide range of metaphysical topics. Readings vary from meeting to meeting as selected by the members of the group.  
 
Time:
Every other Wednesday, 5:30p
Boston Stoker
Autumn 2016 Schedule:
 
  • November 2
  • November 16
  • November 30 
Contact:
 

Society for Mathematical Logic and Foundational Studies (SMLFS)

The Society for Mathematical Logic and Foundational Studies seeks to create a forum for dialogue on the subject of Mathematical Logic and Foundations, and to collaborate with people from all disciplines interested in such matters. SMLFS is primarily a reading group, but also invites speakers annually. The group is open to all interested participants.

Time/Location:
Every Other Thursday, 6:00p
353 University Hall

Autumn 2016 Details:
The current reading group topic is “Axiomatic Truth Theories” by Volker Halbach.

Contact:
Matt Souba
 

Consilience: The CCBS Student Organization Reading Group

The CCBS Student Organization is an interdisciplinary reading group for undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in scientific approaches to mental and physical phonomena.  Anyone interested in scientific cognition, mind, psychology, agency, etc. should feel encouraged to come! For more information, please visit CCBS Facebook page.
 

Philosophy of Mind Group 

The group is currently on hiatus. Stay tuned for future updates. Please contact Declan Smithies for more information.

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