Several “Great Conversation” lectures are on tap this semester, sponsored by the Philosophy Department and Phi Sigma Tau Honor society.
- Feb. 18: “The Mysteries of Mathematics and what they tell us about the universe,” Dr. Steve Danford, Physics & Astronomy.
- March 18: “A Philosophical Analysis of Cheating,” Dr. Bernard Gert, Dartmouth University.
- April 15: “Is Science Color-Blind,” an examination of the shocking conclusion of science that objects lack color, taste, smell, heat and cold; Dr. Josh Hoffman, Department of Philosophy.
They are held at 5 p.m. in the Faculty Center. Email for more information.