Dr. Phil Mouch, Philosophy, is going to present his colloquium with the topic “Omelas, Happiness, and the Bargain” in MacLean Hall 273, Wednesday, March 25, 4:30pm-5:30pm. His talk will make the fifth meeting of this year’s Colloquium Series of the MSUM Philosophy Department. The following is a brief summary of his talk:
Marilea Bramer presented her paper: “Yes, You Can Be a Kantian and a Good Spouse/Parent: The Importance of Family and Friends for Moral Agents in Kantian Theory.” Chang-Seong Hong presented his paper: “Concepts of Enlightenment”, and Phil Mouch presented his paper: “The Myth of Self-Defense”. The conference was held on October 4 at the University of Minnesota, Duluth.
Philosophy Colloquium (Refreshments will be served.) Dr. Phil Mouch (Dept of Philosophy, MSUM) is going to give his colloquium on Wednesday, April 23, at 4:20 p.m. (MacLean Hall 165). His topic is “The Myth of Self-Defense.” The following is a synopsis of his talk:
Dr. Phil Mouch, Philosophy, is going to give his colloquium on Wednesday, April 23, at 4:20 p.m. in MacLean Hall 165. His topic is “The Myth of Self-Defense.” The following is a synopsis of his talk: Two things are very clear from any survey of the relevant moral literature: taking life is generally wrong, and taking a life in self-defense […]
Phil Mouch, Philosophy, presented his paper “Self-Defense and Wisconsin’s Castle Doctrine” at the Central States Philosophical Association in Columbia, Miss., on Saturday, Sept. 22.