2006 Minnesota Philosophical Society student meeting is April 8
The University of St. Thomas Philosophy Department will host the Minnesota Philosophical Society’s 2006 student meeting on Saturday, April 8, in John R. Roach Center for the Liberal Arts.
Twenty-five undergraduates from 13 Minnesota colleges and universities will present their research throughout the day. Students, faculty members and other interested parties are invited to attend any or all of the talks.
Papers to be presented include:
- “Interpreting Immigrant Women’s Identity” by Alisa Sanchez, Carleton College
- “Dictionaries, Dogmas and Analyticity” by Philip Atkins, University of Minnesota-Duluth
- “Dostoevsky’s Underground Anti-Philosophy” by Nathaniel Hopkins, St. Olaf College
- “Primary Goods, Germ-Line Enhancements and Children” by Grant Maki, Macalester
- “The Concept of Beauty in the Philosophy of Thomas Aquinas” by Rachel Bauder, University of St. Thomas
Consult the Philosophy Department’s Web site for details concerning the day’s schedule.
Questions? Contact Nicole Mass, administrative assistant, Philosophy Department, (651) 962-5350.