Please join us on Tuesday, October 17th from 6:30pm-8:30pm for part 2 of a 3-part Fall Philosophy Walk series concerning environmental ethics, conservation, preservation, hunting & hunting ethics, governance/policy and community. This event will be a continuation of our walk 1 conversation from September regarding environmental ethics and conservation/preservation and specifically focus on the history of conservation & hunting, hunting v. killing, the ethics of hunting, and conceptual & practical challenges and concerns.
Guest Speakers/Co-Philosophers: Jim Posewitz (Biologist, Conservationist, Author, Emeritus Adjunct Professor of History & Philosophy, Montana State University, Founder, Orion, Emeritus Board Member, Cinnabar Foundation) & Thomas Baumeister (Education Supervisor, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Game, Executive Director, Montana WILD & Adjunct Professor, Carroll College)
Location: Presentation/Discussion to take place at Montana WILD (followed by an evening walk on adjacent trail for those interested)
Other: Hot Tea/Coffee/Beverages & Light Snacks Provided
Geared for adults, though teens/young adults are welcome. No background or training in philosophy is necessary to participate. To learn more & to register for this walk visit our philosophy walks page.
Thank you to P.L.A.T.O. for helping us to provide this Philosophy Walk series to the Helena community!