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Between the Species online journal logoAn online philosophy journal about the relationship between humans and animals.
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Cal Poly's Ethics + Emerging Sciences Group focuses on the implications and impact of emerging sciences and technologies.
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Sherri Lynn Conklin

Research Workshop

Nov 16, 2018


Sherri Lynn Conklin (UCSB Grad Student)

"The Possibility of Permissible Wrong Doing"

Friday, November 16th from 12:10-2 PM in 22-210 (English bldg)

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Cal Poly Advocacy Project

Nov 9, 2018


Representatives from the Debate Team and Ethics Bowl teams will discuss laws and policies restricting hate speech advance the cause of racial intolerance.

Friday, November 9th, 2018, @ 6pm
Dark Nectar Coffee Roasters
5915 Entrada Ave., Atascadero, CA

Support the nationally ranked Cal Poly Debate Team and Philosophy Department's Ethics Bowl team.

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PatrickLinForbes

Patrick Lin's Forbes Article

Oct 15, 2018


Would 'Deviant' Sex Robots Violate Asimov's Law of Robotics?

To read his article, click here.

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Research Workshop

Oct 12, 2018


Kyle Dickey (UCSB Grad Student)

Grappling Hooks and Anchors: The Function of Singular Thought”

Friday, October 12th from 12:10–2:00 PM in 22-210 (English bldg)

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College of Liberal Arts and the Disability Resource Center Colloquium

Oct 5, 2018


Dr. Stephanie Jenkins: "Unlivable Life: Good and Bad Days with Suicide Pain"

Friday October 5th, 2018 at 1:10pm in Building 38, Room 204 (Math and Science)

The presentation centers on the able-bodied bias of suicide support services and the unique experiences of those living with disability, chronic or terminal illness.

StudentEssayContest

2018 Student Essay Contest

May 19, 2018


Congratulations to our 2018 Student Essay Contest winners.

1st Place: Will Trammell for "Interdependence in Hegel’s Lordship and Bondage" 

2nd Place: Armando Ruiz, for "Rethinking Robert Nozick’s Entitlement Theory with Systemic Injustices"

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Spring Student Symposium

May 18, 2018


The Philosophy Department’s Spring Student Symposium will take place on Friday, May 18th. 

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Philosophy Colloquium

May 3, 2018


Duncan Purves (University of Florida at Gainesville)

"Predictive Policing and the Demands of Justice"

Predictive algorithms are increasingly used by police departments in the United States to anticipate and deter criminal activity by identifying geographic regions that are at high risk for crime. The use of so-called place-based predictive algorithms in policing has faced negative public attention but very little academic scrutiny.

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Lecture on Ethics of Internet of Things

Jan 27, 2017



Irina Raicu presents "Barbies, Pacemakers, and Everything In Between: Building a More Ethical Internet of Things" which is a lecture on how connecting things to the internet may have some ethical questions.

Philosophy Colloquium

May 12, 2016


Dr. Benjamin Hale

U. of Colorado Boulder

"The Lingering Value of Technological Artifacts" 

Thursday, May 12, 11 AM — 12:30 PM

Bldg 10 Room 223

Electronic waste is the fastest growing form of waste worldwide. Unfortunately, disposal is not straightforward and recycling is hindered by a tendency of consumers to resist recycling their e-waste.

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