Schedule for the 2003-2004 Season:
SEPTEMBER 9, 2003: Informational Problems In Early Modern Philosophy
David Hausman, Professor of Philosophy, Southern Methodist University
SEPTEMBER 23, 2003: R.G. Collingwood And The Idealist Critique Of British Positivism.
James Patrick, Professor of Philosophy, College of St. Thomas More
OCTOBER 14, 2003: Philosophical Adventures In Translating Spinoza’s Theological Political Treatise (1670 AD)
Martin D. Yaffe, Professor of Philosophy, University of North Texas
OCTOBER 28, 2003: Nietzsche, Aristotle And Dionysus: The Philosophical Irony Of Tragic Drama
Rod Coltman, Professor of Philosophy, Collin County Community College
NOVEMBER 11, 2003: The Education of an Artist: Changing Faces And Slanting Reflections
Lyle Novinski, Professor of History & Philosophy of Art, University of Dallas
NOVEMBER 25, 2003: The Starkest Madness: How the Literal Subverts the True
James Kirk, Professor of Philosophy, Richland College
DECEMBER 9, 2003: The Whole Shebang: Where Cosmology Meets Theology: A Critical Philosophical Deliberation
Theodore Walker, Professor, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University
DECEMBER 23, 2003: NO MEETING
JANUARY 13, 2004: Pathological Science
John Blanton, former President, North Texas Skeptics
JANUARY 27, 2004: Five Bodies & A Sixth: What is Matter Anyway?
Robert Wood, Professor of Philosophy, University of Dallas
FEBRUARY 10, 2004: Jung & Kant: The Intersection of Psychology With Philosophy
Mary Kroncke, LPC
FEBRUARY 24, 2004: Education & the Middle Ages”
Carl Hasler, Professor of Philosophy, Collin County Community College.
MARCH 9, 2004: A Brief Explanation of Time
Frederick Turner, Founders Professor of Arts & Humanities, University of Texas at Dallas
MARCH 23, 2004: On Philosophy and Law
George A. Martinez, Professor of Law, Dedman School of Law, Southern Methodist University
APRIL 13, 2004: Debate: For or Against Ayn Rand’s ‘Selfishness as a Virtue.’
For: Andrew Bernstein, Writer for the Ayn Rand Institute and author of the upcoming “Capitalist Manifesto: The Historic, Economic and Philosophic Case for Laissez-Faire”
Against: Joe Barnhart, Professor of Philosophy and Religion Studies, University of North Texas and past President of New Mexico-West Texas Philosophical Society.
Moderator: Andrew Laska, Board Member of the Dallas Philosopher’s Forum
APRIL 27, 2004: From Logic to Self-Knowledge
Dr. Ed Stone, Senior Lecturer, University of Texas at Dallas
MAY 11, 2004: Stick to What You Know: Justified Belief Simply is Knowledge
John Sutton, Professor of Philosophy, Southern Methodist University
MAY 25, 2004: Strange Matters: How Prediscoveries Reveal Reality
Tom Siegfried, Science Editor, Dallas Morning News
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