Philosophy Symposium: Vulnerable Humanity, Predictable Machines

“Vulnerable Humanity, Predictable Machines” is an evening symposium that looks at the less emphasized properties of the human spirit in relation to technology and technological advances. Co-Directed/Hosted by Marisa Diaz-Waian, M.A. (Founder & Executive Director, Merlin CCC), Tim Holmes, M.F.A. (Local & Internationally-Renowned Artist) & Dr. Barry Ferst, Ph.D. (Professor…

Philosophy Symposium: “Vulnerable Humanity, Predictable Machines” (Part 2)

Carroll College - Simperman Hall (Wiegand Amphitheater) 1601 N. Benton, Helena, MT

Co-Directed/Hosted by Marisa Diaz-Waian, M.A. (Founder & Executive Director, Merlin CCC),  Tim Holmes, M.F.A. (Local & Internationally-Renowned Artist), and Pastor Russ Danaher (Pastor and ADA Coordinator, Montana Department of Corrections) this interactive Q & A-style symposium is part 2 (or a 3-part series) on the human-technology relationship and features a…

Philosophy Symposium: “Vulnerable Humanity, Predictable Machines” (Part 3)

The Myrna Loy Center 15 N. Ewing, Helena, MT

Co-Directed/Hosted by Marisa Diaz-Waian, M.A. (Founder & Executive Director, Merlin CCC),  Tim Holmes, M.F.A. (Local & Internationally-Renowned Artist), Pastor Russ Danaher (Pastor & ADA Coordinator, Montana Department of Corrections), and Ross Peter Nelson, M.F.A. (Playwright & Software Engineer) this interactive Q & A-style symposium is part 3 (of a 3-part…

$8.00

Philosophy Symposium: “The Environment, Ethics & Stewardship” (Part 1)

Carroll College - Simperman Hall (Wiegand Amphitheater) 1601 N. Benton, Helena, MT

This interactive Q & A-style symposium is part 1 (of a 3-part series) on the environment, ethics & conservation stewardship and features a distinguished panel of invited guest speakers from a variety of disciplines. This evening symposium will be held in the Campus Center (CUBE) at Carroll College.  Invited speakers…

Four American Perspectives on Islam: A Conversation

Carroll College -- (Sage Room 235) Corette Library 1601 N. Benton, Helena, MT

Sponsored by the Carroll College Philosophy Department and Merlin CCC, this evening program will be an informal conversation about different understandings of the Islamic faith and Middle-East Islamic culture. Guest participants will be provided with set questions/topics, not as a debate, but rather as an illuminating conversation. Barry Ferst (Professor of Philosophy, Carroll College) will be serving as the moderator and will aide in directing discussion.

Free

Philosophy Symposium: “The Environment, Ethics & Stewardship” (Part 2)

Carroll College - Simperman Hall (Wiegand Amphitheater) 1601 N. Benton, Helena, MT

This interactive Q & A-style symposium is part 2 (of a 3-part series) on the environment, ethics & conservation stewardship and features a distinguished panel of invited guest speakers from a variety of disciplines. This evening symposium will be held at Carroll College.  Invited speakers will briefly address the theme…

Free

Science on Tap: “Three Thought Experiments that Revolutionized Science”

Exploration Works 995 Carousel Way, Helena, MT

Most people can identify the ideas that have revolutionized science as we know it. But what about the thought experiments behind those ideas? The ideas behind the ideas that gave rise to our vision of the world today? This FREE interactive presentation will be held at Exploration Works as part of their Science on Tap project and will explore three thought experiments that revolutionized science. FUN FOR ALL AGES!

Free

Philosophy Symposium: “The Environment, Ethics & Stewardship” (Part 3)

Carroll College - Simperman Hall (Wiegand Amphitheater) 1601 N. Benton, Helena, MT

This interactive Q & A-style symposium is part 3 (of a 3-part series) on the environment, ethics & conservation stewardship and features a distinguished panel of invited guest speakers from a variety of disciplines. This evening symposium will be held at Carroll College.  Invited speakers will briefly address the theme…

Free

“Public Philosophy & A Way of Life” at U of M Philosophy Forum

University of Missoula (Davidson Honors College, Room 119) 32 Campus Drive, MT

We are delighted & honored to have been asked to participate as a guest speaker on Dr. Albert Borgmann's Philosophy Forum at the University of Montana where we will be exploring philosophy as a way of life and public philosophy.  The discussion will be facilitated by Dr. Deborah Slicer.

Free

Ancient Greek Insights for Today’s America: A Philosophical Conversation

Carroll College -- (Sage Room 235) Corette Library 1601 N. Benton, Helena, MT

Sponsored by the Carroll College Philosophy Department and Merlin CCC, this evening program will be an informal conversation about greek philosophical insights and how they relate to can help us navigate our everyday lived experiences. Guest participants will be provided with set questions/topics, not as a debate, but rather as an illuminating conversation. Barry Ferst (Professor of Philosophy, Carroll College) will be serving as the moderator and will aide in directing discussion.

Free

**POSTPONED TO A TBD DATE IN FALL*** Philosophy Symposium-Drive-In — The Rougher Side of Humor: How Far is Too Far?

Carroll College - Student Center, Lower Level (CUBE) 1601 N. Benton Avenue, Helena, MT

In this combo philosophy symposium-drive-in night we'll explore and discuss some of comedy's most beloved (and oft controversial) greats, focusing primarily on the work of Dave Chapelle. SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER, Dr. J. Angelo Corlett, philosopher and humorist from San Diego, CA will facilitating discussion. Please join us on Thursday, April 2nd at Carroll College in the Student Center, Lower Level (CUBE) from 7pm-9pm! FREE to the public (18+ years old/mature audiences).

Free
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