Philosophy Workshop: “Rewilding”

In this workshop we explored rewilding from the context of ecology and philosophy with Christopher Preston. Access resources and sessions recordings here!

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Philosophy Workshop: “Rewilding”

In this workshop we’ll look at a form of environmental conservation and ecological restoration known as “rewilding” with philosopher Christopher Preston. Learn more and register for this Zoom workshop here!

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Philosophy Workshop: “Death & Meanings of Life”

In this workshop we explored death and various attitudes and perspectives on the meanings of life through the lens of historical philosophy with Julia Jorati. Access resources and sessions recordings here!

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Philosophy Workshop: “Death & Meanings of Life”

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!

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Philosophy Workshop: “Knowing as Practice”

Philosophers sometimes treat knowledge as something we have when we’re seated comfortably in a proverbial or literal armchair. Yet at the very least, this seems to leave out a significant aspect of our humanity: the fact that we are embodied creatures, who actively and dynamically interact with the things that we think about and know. In this workshop led by philosophers Hila Tzipora Chase & David Nowakowski, we looked directly at ways of experiencing, of encountering, and of knowing that involve the full, embodied human being. Access resources and information here!

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Philosophy Workshop Series: “What is Philosophy?” (Thinking About Thinking)

In this final installment of our “What is Philosophy?” series with philosopher David Nowakowski, we looked at some of the most fundamental issues in philosophy: knowledge, reasoning, and what makes for an effective argument! Access resources and information here.

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Philosophy Workshop: “Knowing as Practice”

Philosophers sometimes treat knowledge as something we have when we’re seated comfortably in a proverbial or literal armchair. Yet at the very least, this seems to leave out a significant aspect of our humanity: the fact that we are embodied creatures, who actively and dynamically interact with the things that we think about and know. In this workshop led by philosophers Hila Tzipora Chase & David Nowakowski, we’ll look directly at ways of experiencing, of encountering, and of knowing that involve the full, embodied human being.

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