Philosophy Night School: “Human Nature & the World: An Extended Intro to Early Hindu Philosophies”

Virtual Event

A 4-week ZOOM “Night School” course led by philosopher David Nowakowski that explores various aspects of early Hindu philosophies, focusing on questions of cosmology and philosophical anthropology: roughly, “How is the universe put together?” and “How is the human being put together, in relation to that wider world?” Learn more and register for this Zoom night school course here! Registration closes at 2pm on January 20th.

Philosophy Workshop Series: “What is Philosophy?” (Responding to the World)

Virtual Event

In this workshop we'll explore how have philosophers (over the millennia, in various corners of the globe) approached the problems of ethics, and what kinds of answers they've proposed. By focusing in this way, we’ll expand our sense of just how rich and varied philosophical approaches to ethics can be. Learn more and register for this Zoom workshop here!

Philosophy Night School: “Human Nature & the World: An Extended Intro to Early Hindu Philosophies”

Virtual Event

A 4-week ZOOM “Night School” course led by philosopher David Nowakowski that explores various aspects of early Hindu philosophies, focusing on questions of cosmology and philosophical anthropology: roughly, “How is the universe put together?” and “How is the human being put together, in relation to that wider world?” Learn more and register for this Zoom night school course here! Registration closes at 2pm on January 20th.

Philosophy Night School: “Human Nature & the World: An Extended Intro to Early Hindu Philosophies”

Virtual Event

A 4-week ZOOM “Night School” course led by philosopher David Nowakowski that explores various aspects of early Hindu philosophies, focusing on questions of cosmology and philosophical anthropology: roughly, “How is the universe put together?” and “How is the human being put together, in relation to that wider world?” Learn more and register for this Zoom night school course here! Registration closes at 2pm on January 20th.

Philosophy Night School: “Human Nature & the World: An Extended Intro to Early Hindu Philosophies”

Virtual Event

A 4-week ZOOM “Night School” course led by philosopher David Nowakowski that explores various aspects of early Hindu philosophies, focusing on questions of cosmology and philosophical anthropology: roughly, “How is the universe put together?” and “How is the human being put together, in relation to that wider world?” Learn more and register for this Zoom night school course here! Registration closes at 2pm on January 20th.

Philosophy Workshop: “Death & Meanings of Life”

Virtual Event

In this workshop we'll explore death and various attitudes and perspectives on the meanings of life through the lens of historical philosophy with Julia Jorati. Learn more and register for this Zoom workshop here!

Philosophy Drive-In: “Planet of the Apes (Original 1968 Version)”

Reeder's Alley Interpretive & Convention Center 101 Reeder's Alley, Helena

Inspired by childhood memories of movies beneath the stars and the rich philosophical content available in thoughtful films, our drive-in’s feature a full-length flick followed by a lively philosophical discussion. In this drive-in, we'll be watching & talking about a timeless classic -- the original 1968 version of Planet of the Apes! Free. BYOB & your own low-profile camping chair. Learn more & RSVP to save your seat!

Philosophy Workshop: “Justice as Fairness: An Introduction to Rawls”

Virtual Event

In this workshop we'll be exploring the idea of justice as fairness -- a position advanced by the late philosopher John Rawls.  The workshop will be introductory and will discuss justice through the lens of equity and fairness -- two critical features of Rawls' theory of justice -- and the dynamics of Rawls' arguments and their implications.  Competing perspectives and modern day comparisons on justice will also be explored, as will discussion about the intellectual climate within which Rawls' contributions to philosophy arose. Learn more and register for this Zoom workshop here!

Philosophy Walk: “Justice as Fairness: Exploring & Applying the Ideas of Rawls”

In this walk we'll be exploring the the idea of justice through the lens of equity and fairness -- two critical features of the late John Rawls' theory of justice. While a summary of Rawls' views, including the dynamics of his arguments and its implications will be discussed at the outset, the bulk of this walk will be spent exploring, working out, expanding upon, and applying Rawls' views in a "hands-on" way to past and contemporary issues. Learn more and RSVP here!

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