***OUR SEPT. 9TH PHILOSOPHY WALK IS OFFICIALLY FULL.***
Please join us on Sunday, September 9th from 10am-1pm for the first in our Fall-Winter philosophy walk series in conjunction with our Fall-Winter Philosophy Symposium Series about the environment, ethics & conservation stewardship. This walk will explore the topic of public vs. private lands and individual rights, collective rights, indigenous/native american rights & other rights.
- Shane M. Doyle, EdD — Independent Educational & Cultural Consultant, Native Nexus Consulting
- Edward Glowienka, PhD — Assistant Professor in Philosophy, Carroll College
- Merlin Nature Preserve (located just outside of Helena near Marysville)
No background or training in philosophy is necessary to participate. Bring a sack lunch and/or snack. $10 suggested donation. Registration and/or confirmation of attendance for our September Philosophy Walk is required. To learn more, get directions & to register for this walk visit our philosophy walks page.
Thank you to Humanities Montana and P.L.A.T.O. (and Helena community donors & supporters) for helping us provide this Philosophy Walk series to the Helena community!