OQE Proposal title: "What can a technosocial body do?" ALL ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND
Events related to Philosophy
Euripides’ play The Bacchae presents an intriguing set of problems for political philosophy to parse. The Bacchae poses several dualisms within the tale of the mysterious stranger Dionysus who drives the women of Thebes into a religious frenzy and upends the political stability of the polis. Reason is challenged by irrationality. Civil society is confronted by the animalistic and horrendous powers of nature. The supremacy of male power is challenged by the feminine and androgynous.
Dr. McCarthy works on feminst philosophy, Japanese philosophy, ethics, continental philosophy.
What horrors await when the fictional becomes all too real? ALL ARE WELCOME
We will be welcoming prospective graduate students with various events in the Philosophy Department. Stay tuned for details.
Dr. Fulfer works on reproductive ethics, environmental and animal ethics, transnational feminisms, and Hannah Arendt.
Andrew Wayne will be speaking at the 11th Annual Auburn Philosophy Conference on Representation, Idealization and Explanation in Science.
International Society for Environmental Ethics, in affiliation with the American Philosophical Association, will hold a book symposium on J.Newman, G Varner and S. Linquist's,(2017) book: Defending Biodiversity: Environmental Science and Ethics. Commentators: Jay Odenbaugh (Lewis & Clark College), Roberta Millstein (UC Davis), Jennifer Welchman (University of Alberta).
Occulted, Estranged and Inhuman Knowledges, hosted in Guelph, ON by members of the “Philosophy in the Dark” reading group, presents knowledge as a principle topic for interrogation through the mediums of philosophy, horror film, literature, visual arts and music. Knowledge (human and inhuman), the lack of knowledge, its perversion or theft, and the undermining of thought itself are all chief interests to our gathering.