LPCS Symposium: philosophy sessions

On Friday the department of Languages, Philosophy, and Communication Studies is hosting an undergraduate research symposium. There will be two groupings of philosophy presentations, as follows:

NOTE: The schedule has changed; instead of two sessions as announced earlier, there will be just one, as follows:

Room: Main 225: Philosophy and the Human Situation

(This session will run from 3:30-5:45, with a short break at its midpoint)

Moderator: Charlie Huenemann

Alex Bullock, “Optimistic Determinism: An Exploration into Happiness Without Free Will”

Jadyn Carter, “Yes, We Can Indeed Handle the Truth”

Frank De Jong, “The Problems of Writing about Non-Materiality”

Lauren Huffcutt, “The Demon in our Pocket”

Jessica Krebs, “Long Stories, Short Stories, or No Stories: What Do We Need for Meaningful Lives?”

Adam Tak, “The Virtue of Rolling Rocks Up Hills Without Ever Ending, That’s It, Forever”

Cristian Chavez, “Free Will and Quantum Mechanical Time”

Everyone is welcome!

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