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Getting into graduate school for philosophy

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Groups and Oppression

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Jackson attends Central APA in Chicago, March 1-6, 2016

Dr. Alexander Jackson attended the 2016 Central Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association in Chicago, Illinois March 3-5, 2016. The meeting included invited symposiums and colloquiums, lectures and presentations. To learn more about the conference please visit http://www.apaonline.org/events/event_details.asp?legacy=1&id=322904 or C2016_Meeting_Program_web to … (Read More) Jackson attends Central APA in Chicago, March 1-6, 2016

Cortens attends Ranch Metaphysics Conference January 2016

Dr. Andrew Cortens attended the Ranch Metaphysics Conference at the White Stallion Ranch in Tucson, Arizona January 28th – 31st, 2016. This metaphysics workshop is hosted annually by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Harvard University and includes … (Read More) Cortens attends Ranch Metaphysics Conference January 2016

Congratulations to Andrew V. Wake

Andrew V. Wake, local attorney  and Boise State University Philosophy alumnus and oft-times adjunct philosophy professor, joined the lawfirm Parsons Behle & Latimer at their Idaho office. Wake joined the firm’s litigation, trials and appeals practice group. Congratulations to Andrew! (Read More) Congratulations to Andrew V. Wake

“Is Sherlock Holmes Real?”

Dr. Reina Hayaki, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, shares her research on the subject, “Is Sherlock Holmes Real?” on Friday, November 13th  at 4:30 p.m. in the Multi Purpose building to a group of Philosophy students and faculty, English students and faculty, … (Read More) “Is Sherlock Holmes Real?”

Students philosophize in Couer d’ Alene

PHILOSOPHY STUDENTS ATTEND CONFERENCE IN NORTH IDAHO Congratulations to philosophy students Shantell Willette, Ben Duran, Dave McKerracher and Christian Carley for attending the Northwest Philosophy Conference in Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho on October 9th and 10th. These students represented the … (Read More) Students philosophize in Couer d’ Alene

Dave McKerracher – 2015 Pittsburgh Continental Philosophy Network Conference

Philosophy major, honors student and Philosophy Club president Dave McKerracher will be presenting his research at the 2015 Pittsburgh Continental Philsophy “(un)commons: theory and public space” Network Conference at Duquesne University September 24-26 from a paper he co-authored with a … (Read More) Dave McKerracher – 2015 Pittsburgh Continental Philosophy Network Conference

Philosophy Department building had the grease!

The round building below is now the Chrisway Annex – at 2103 University Drive. Once, a greasy spoon! (And for a long time, the BSU Health Center). Now home to RADAR (Regional Alcohol & Drug Awareness Resource),  the Philosophy Department, … (Read More) Philosophy Department building had the grease!

NWPC is October 9-10, 2015 in Couer d’ Alene

  2015            NORTHWEST PHILOSOPHY CONFERENCE           “Conference by the Lake” North Idaho College is hosting this year’s Northwest Philosophy Conference October 9-10, 2015 The conference has no specific focus; all topics … (Read More) NWPC is October 9-10, 2015 in Couer d’ Alene