Schedule for the 2002-2003 Season:
SEPTEMBER 10, 2002: The New Lamarkian Evolution: Does It Work?
Pete Gunter, Professor of Philosophy, University of North Texas.
SEPTEMBER 24, 2002: Tat Tzam Asi: A Feedback Model Of Goodness And Beauty.
Fred Turner, Professor of Poetry and Literature, University of Texas at Dallas.
OCTOBER 8, 2002: Carl Jung: A Major Influence In 20th Century Culture And Beyond.
John McMurphy, Professor in Continuing Education, Southern Methodist University.
OCTOBER 22, 2002: Nausea And Contingency: Musical Emotion And Religious Emotion.
Charles Nussbaum, Professor of Philosophy, University of Texas at Arlington.
NOVEMBER 12,2002: A Closer Look At Civil Religion In The Light Of 9/11/01
Frederick Kreuziger, Professor of Religious Studies, University of Colorado.
NOVEMBER 26, 2002: Philosophical Perplexities: Problems Or Puzzles?
Steve Hiltz, Professor of Philosophy, Southern Methodist University.
DECEMBER 10, 2002: Panentheism: The Forgotten Alternative.
David Drumm, Attorney, Anthropologist and Philosopher.
DECEMBER 24, 2002: NO MEETING
JANUARY 14, 2003: Ethics: Down To Earth Plato & Other Worldly Aristotle.
Tim Mahoney, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Humanities, University of Texas At Arlington.
JANUARY 28, 2003:Socrates & The Promethean Greek Genius.
Ken Smith, Former Adjunct Professor of Philosophy, University of Dallas and University of North Texas.
FEBRUARY 11, 2003: Phenomenology, Modernity And The Existence Of God.
Joe Hinman, ABD, History of Ideas, University of Texas at Dallas.
FEBRUARY 25, 2003: Themes In Classical & Medieval Education.
Carl Hasler, Professor of Philosophy, Collin County Community College.
MARCH 11, 2003: Sympathy And The Sense Of Duty In Kant’s Moral Philosophy.
Steven Sverdlik, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Southern Methodist University.
MARCH 25, 2003: The Political Philosophy Of Woodrow Wilson.
Ronald Pestritto, Associate Professor of Politics, University of Dallas.
APRIL 8, 2003: What’s Hecuba To Him?: True Fiction, Impossible Worlds, And Groundwork For The Metaphysic Of Modals.
Charles Johnson, Undergraduate Fellow, Auburn University, Alabama.
APRIL 22, 2003: Reclaiming Existential Authenticity.
Jason Junge, Author of “Why Freedom: The Meaning and Practice of Freedom”.
MAY 13, 2003: The Trouble With God(s).
Dr. Timothy Gorski, Pastor, The North Texas Church of Freethought.
MAY 27, 2003: What Is A Birth Defect?: Behold The Eagle Nebula.
Angela Scheuerle, M.D., Medical Director, Texas Birth Defects Research Center.
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