Philosophy and Humanities Department Student Colloquia
All sessions are free and open to the public; held during Bengal Pause (12:15-1:30 p.m.) in Ketchum Hall 212.
February 13, 2007
Topic: Philosophers on Love
Title: "Authenticity and Love: Examining Alain De Botton's On Love"
Presenters: Krystal Negri, Philosophy major; Commentator Dominic Mauro, '06, Philosophy major
March 1, 2007
Topic: Skeptics Square Off
Title: "Is Pyrrhonism Logically Possible?
Presenters: Marinos Maroulis, Philosophy major; Commentator Eric Umphreyville, Earth Science major
March 8, 2007
Topic: Does the Book of Revelation Predict the End of the World?
Title: "The Apocalyptic Interpretation of the Book of Revelation"
Presenters: Susan Carter, Music major, Religious Studies Minor; Ben Palka, Business Major, Religious Studies Minor; Commentator Adam Mojeski, Physics major, Religious Studies Minor