Geneseo's Philosophy Club is a student-run organization that meets once a week, when classes are in session, to discuss areas of philosophical interest on Mondays at 7pm in Welles 24. The meetings are run in an "open discussion" style format, with a somewhat-specific discussion topic set for the evening. Some past topics include mental illness, rights, aesthetics, censorship, personal identity, death, and consciousness. All majors are welcome; no philosophical experience is necessary to contribute to, or appreciate, the discussion. For updates, meeting topics, contact info, philosophical links, and to suggest weekly topics, please click on the club title above.
This week's topic: pick your favorite!
This week's topic: praise and blame.
This week's topic: political philosophy.
This week's topic: e-board, movie.
This week's topic: realism.
This week's topic: personal identity.
This week's topic: ethical dilemma potluck.
This week's topic: the nature of knowledge.
A new topic suggestion box can be found here. To suggest a topic, simply add your comment.
The club will now be meeting every Monday at 7pm in Welles 24.
The club is currently considering a new meeting time more convenient for everyone. Please get in touch about your preferences ASAP!