Perhaps some readers of this blog will remember the great television show MASH. Some clever person saw hints of the coronavirus in several episodes.
My friend Dr Walz, who teaches philosophy at University of Dallas, wrote an interesting reflection today on learning during COVID19. He used C.S. Lewis’ sermon “Learning in War-Time” as the starting point for his reflection, though he stresses the distinction between COVID19 and actual war. Dr Walz has interesting insights for teachers and students as we try to learn in this unique situation. Worth a read, so click here.
Admittedly, it’s hard to imagine a normal semester at this point, but assuming we’ll have one, the following pdf covers what it should look like, so far as philosophy is concerned!
Come discuss free speech and the internet!
They are traveling to Atlanta to compete in the 2020 Ethics Bowl Nationals! Good luck! May your moral acumen humble your opponents into smaller bumps on the wide landscape of moral reasoning!
Event on February 28th!
An upcoming debate on campus between a Christian and an atheist –
You should consider this!