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Between the Species

Between the Species online journal logoAn online philosophy journal about the relationship between humans and animals.
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Ethics Group


Cal Poly's Ethics + Emerging Sciences Group focuses on the implications and impact of emerging sciences and technologies.
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Spring Student Symposium

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

Four students will give presentations of 20 minutes, followed by 10 minutes of Q&A from the audience. There will be a closing faculty keynote by Dr. Ryan Jenkins. Snacks and drinks will be provided by the department. We welcome students and faculty to help inaugurate this new tradition to foster community between the students and showcase their achievements.

Natalie Kerr, "Epistemological Luddism as a Response to Big Data"
 
Will Trammell, "Interdependence in Hegel's Lordship and Bondage"
 
Amber Miller, "Read the Fine Print"
 
Jacob Watson, "Ficitonalism as Undergraduate Philosophy"
 
Nicholas Mazegue, "Structural Internet Affordances for Non-Linear Politics by way of Fake News"
 
Faculty Keynote, Dr. Ryan Jenkins, "Why Don't Student Trust Philosophy"
 
 
Event Time: 1:30 pm
 
Location: Building 38, Room 121
 
For additional information, please contact: Dr. Ryan Jenkins or Dr. Dave Zoller
 
 
 
 

 

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