Department of Philosophy

Philosophy Club

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The Philosophy Club is a group of students passionate about philosophy that meets informally to discuss philosophical topics of interest. The Club runs hand in hand with the Auburn chapter of the honors society Phi Sigma Tau and is open to every student who has broad philosophical interests and a desire to participate and contribute to the philosophical life of the group.

The club has an ongoing Film and Philosophy Series, a reading group, a workshop in which the students present and discuss work in progress, and a series of virtual meetings with former philosophy graduates to learn about their experiences and career paths. The club is the host of a popular series of philosophical panel discussions at the local cafe, ‘Momma Mocha’s’ (or virtually during pandemic) with topics such as “The Existence of God,” “Is Beauty in the Eyes of the Beholder?” “Death,” and more. The club regularly travels to regional and national philosophical conventions, and is always interested in welcoming new interested members." 

For more information, to join the club, or any of the club activities, you are welcome to contact the philosophy club

Advisors: Dr. Keren Gorodeisky: kzg0003@auburn.edu and Dr. Elay Shech: ezs0038@auburn.edu

 

 

Last Updated: September 10, 2020