We are pleased to announce several more departmental events for the Fall 2013 term:
Public Lecture by Professor Robert Audi (University of Notre Dame)
"The Problem of Evil as a Challenge to Philosophy and Theology: Can Theism Be Rational Given the Evils of History?"
November 14th, 7PM (location TBA)
"A.I. Week": November 18th–22nd
November 19th, 7:30PM: Philosophical Film Night at the Campus Theatre: "2001: A Space Odyssey"
November 21st, 4PM: "Artificial Intelligence: An Interdisciplinary Conversation"
A Panel Discussion with John Hunter (Comparative Humanities), Brian King (Computer Science), Jason Leddington (Philosophy), and Joe Tranquillo (Biomedical and Electrical Engineering)
in the Willard–Smith Library (in Vaughan Lit) at noon; lunch is provided.
10/3: "Is Consciousness a Problem for Evolution?" — with Professor Tristan Stayton (Biology)
10/17: "Friendship: For Better or Worse?" — with Professor Sheila Lintott (Philosophy)
10/31: Special Halloween Lunch Chat: "Horror and the Uncanny" — with Steve Gibson (director of The Feed, Professor Pete Groff (Philosophy), and Professor JT Ptacek (Psychology)