Philosophical Fridays

 Philosophical Fridays
 

 

Spring 2016
 

 

ERIC THOMAS WEBER*
UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI
“UNITING MISSISSIPPI: ETHICS
AND LEADERSHIP IN THE SOUTH”
Friday, January 29, 2 p.m.
GONZALES AUDITORIUM (LAB 108)

LAURENT PERNOT
UNIVERSITY OF STRASBOURG (FRANCE)
“THE IMPORTANCE OF RHETORIC FOR
ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY: PLATO, ARISTOTLE,
AND MARCUS AURELIUS”
Friday, March 4, 2 p.m.
GONZALES AUDITORIUM (LAB 108)

TIM WISE*
“RESURRECTING APARTHEID: FROM FERGUSON
TO THE VOTING BOOTH TO THE BORDER”
Tuesday, March 29, 6:30 p.m.
UNIVERSITY FORUM-BENNETT AUDITORIUM



FOR MORE INFORMATION:
www.usm.edu/philosophy-religion
601.266.4518


EVENTS ARE ALL FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, MADE
POSSIBLE WITH GENEROUS ASSISTANCE FROM THE FAIRCHILD
LECTURE FUNDS* AND THE MISSISSIPPI HUMANITIES COUNCIL.
ADDITIONAL SUPPORT FOR TIM WISE’S LECTURE RECEIVED FROM
UNIVERSITY FORUM, CENTER FOR BLACK STUDIES, COLLEGE OF
ARTS & LETTERS, AND THE COLLEGE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY.

For more information on upcoming Philosophical Fridays events and
an archive of past presentations, please click here:
http://aquila.usm.edu/philosophical_fridays/