“Ethics of Animal Agriculture” Lecture Scheduled for 4/16

Rachel Atcheson, Director of the Philadelphia branch of The Humane League, will present the lecture “Ethics of Animal Agriculture,” on Thursday, April 16th, from 12:30 p.m. – 1:20 p.m.  This event will take place in the West AB Conference Room in the Campus Center.  Lunch will be provided.  This free event is open to all. This event … Continue reading “Ethics of Animal Agriculture” Lecture Scheduled for 4/16

Psychiatric Malpractice Lecture Scheduled for 3/30

On Monday, March 30th, join the Department of Philosophy and Religion as they present the lecture, “Psychiatric Malpractice and the Treatment of the Suicidal.”  Professor Michael Cholbi of Cal Poly Pomona will be the guest speaker. The lecture will be from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. in the Armitage Hall Faculty Lounge. 

“Compulsory Vaccination and the Ethics of Risk” Lecture Scheduled for 3/9

On Monday, March 9th, join the Department of Philosophy and Religion as they present the lecture, “Compulsory Vaccination and the Ethics of Risk.”  Professor Paul Kelleher of the Department of Medical History and Bioethics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison will be the guest speaker. The lecture begins at 11:30 a.m. in the Armitage Hall Faculty Lounge, located … Continue reading “Compulsory Vaccination and the Ethics of Risk” Lecture Scheduled for 3/9

Psychiatric Malpractice Lecture Scheduled for 3/6

On Friday, March 6th, join the Department of Philosophy and Religion as they present the lecture, “Psychiatric Malpractice and the Treatment of the Suicidal.”  Professor Michael Cholbi of Cal Poly Pomona will be the guest speaker. The lecture begins at 12:15 p.m. in the History, Philosophy, and Religion Seminar Room, located at 429 Cooper Street, … Continue reading Psychiatric Malpractice Lecture Scheduled for 3/6

Bioethics Lecture Scheduled for 2/23

Professor Kenneth Richman of MCPHS University will present “Bioethics on the Front Lines of Community-Based Research” on Monday, February 23rd, from 11 a.m. – 12 p.m.  The presentation will take place in the Armitage Hall Faculty Lounge.  All are welcome.

Dept. of Philosophy and Religion Present Islam and Media Panel on 11/19

On Wednesday, November 19th, the Department of Philosophy and Religion will present the panel discussion, “Islam and the Media Debate on the Sources of Violence and Terrorism.”   On a recent episode of Real Time with Bill Maher, Maher and guest Sam Harris described Islam as a major source of violence, terrorism, abuses of women’s … Continue reading Dept. of Philosophy and Religion Present Islam and Media Panel on 11/19

“The Walking Dead” Philosophy Society Event on 10/29

Do you like The Walking Dead?  Have you considered the hypotheticals of an impending zombie apocalypse?  So have we!  Join the Philosophy Society in understanding how The Walking Dead is a perfect microcosm of deeper political and social issues in today’s society.  Discuss what approaches you would take in surviving the ‘end of days,’ and how … Continue reading “The Walking Dead” Philosophy Society Event on 10/29

Dept. of Philosophy and Religion To Offer Lecture on Non-Violence vs. Violence on 10/14

The Department of Philosophy and Religion will present a lecture called “Non-Violence or Violence?: Gandhi and Fanon in International Conflict,” on Tuesday, October 14th, starting at 12:30 p.m.  Dr. Tal Correm, a part-time lecturer for the department, is the guest speaker.   The event will take place at 429 Cooper Street, in Room 104.  Lunch … Continue reading Dept. of Philosophy and Religion To Offer Lecture on Non-Violence vs. Violence on 10/14