Tuesday January 29, 2013
2:00pm, Sturm 258
Thomas Nail (University of Denver)
"The Figure of the Migrant"
Friday February 8, 2013
11:00am, Sturm 275
Jeffrey Brown (University of Denver)
"Disability, Discrimination and Social Equality"
Philosophy Department Research Sharing Series
Friday March 8, 2013
1:00pm, Sturm 480
Terry Penner (Professor Emeritus, Philosophy & Classics, University of Wisconsin, Madison)
"Why Socratic & Platonic Reasoning (Dialectic) is not about Logic, Deductive or Inductive"
Visiting Marsico Scholar Lecture Series
Followed by Open Reception and Refreshments: 2:30-4:00pm, Sturm 257
Monday March 11, 2013
4:00pm, Olin 105
Marco J. Nathan (University of Denver)
"Quantitative Causality in Biology: A Philosophical Perspective"
Department of Biological Sciences Seminar Series
April 4-7, 2013
DU Bioethics Debate Team Places 2nd in National Competition
On April 4-7, 2013, the philosophy department sent four DU philosophy majors to Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. to compete in the Bioethics Bowl, a debate competition that is part of the National Undergraduate Bioethics Conference.
From left to right, DU's debate team consists of:
- Joe Davidson (Philosophy, Psychology)
- Angela Ott (Philosophy, Socio-Legal Studies)
- Nick Allen (Philosophy, Geography)
- Joel Lewis (Philosophy, English)
The DU team competed against fifteen other teams, including Columbia University, Georgetown University, Loyola University Chicago, Bowling Green State University, University of Alabama at Birmingham, University at Albany-SUNY, University of Baltimore, National Hispanic University, and Rutgers.
During the competition, Allen, Davidson, Lewis, and Ott debated their views on nuclear waste storage, global transplant tourism, international surrogacy, informed consent, adoption vs. in vitro fertilization, corporate responsibility, and geoengineering, along with several other compelling, contemporary bioethical issues.
Bioethics debate coach and Professor of Philosophy Candace Upton is very proud and is looking forward to next year's Bioethics Bowl, which will take place at Loyola University Chicago.
July 10-12, 2013
Philosophy in the Abrahamic Traditions
(An annual gathering of scholars of medieval Islamic, Jewish and Christian Philosophy)
University of Denver (room details TBA)
Please visit the Philosophy in the Abrahamic Traditions Conference
site for schedule and registration details
Questions? Contact Sarah Pessin at email@example.com