Philosophy Distinguished Lecture Series
The Distinguished Lecture in Philosophy Series is designed to bring to Weber State scholars whose research bridges the gap between philosophy and other disciplines. Its goals are to demonstrate to both our students and the community at large how various fields of study can be mutually reinforcing, as well as to expose the community to central philosophical questions and topics, presented by an expert in the field.
2017 Lecture: Death and the Self
Thursday, October 5, 2017 1:30 p.m.
Wildcat Theater, WSU Sheperd Union Building
With Dr. Shaun Nichols
Sherwin Scott Chair of Philosophy
University of Arizona
The future success of the Series will depend on the generosity of our patrons, as we continue to build our endowment. If you are interested in contributing, please contact Dr. Julie Rich (firstname.lastname@example.org), Dean of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, or Mr. Chuck Holland (email@example.com), Development Officer for the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences.
Past Philosophy Distinguished Lectures
Dr. Thomas Christiano
“Dignity and the Two Sources of Human Rights”
Dr. Philip Cafaro
“Three Ways to Think about the Sixth Mass Extinction”
Dr. Alison Jaggar
“Measuring Gendered Poverty: Methodology and Morality”
Dr. Richard Richards
“Are Species Real?”