Events for Undergraduates

THE VICIOUS CIRCLE

The UIC Philosophy Department is hosting a series of meetings at which members of the Department will lead presentation/discussions on new and exciting ideas in philosophy, pitched to and exclusively for undergraduates.

You are welcome to attend any number you like – we hope to see you there!

 This year the Vicious Circle will present:

 JOSH NORTON on TIME TRAVEL!!

Wednesday, October 9

3-5 pm

Philosophy Seminar Room, 14th floor of University Hall

FREE PIZZA AND FREE DISCUSSION!!

Subsequent sessions will be led by

AIDAN GRAY

and other philosophers to be named

OPEN HOUSES

in the Philosophy Department will include a

CLINIC ON READING PHILOSOPHY

each semester, the Fall one to take place

Wednesday September 18

3-5 pm

Philosophy Seminar Room, 14th floor University Hall

The Academic Year will conclude in the Spring with a

CELEBRATION OF OUR GRADUATING CLASS!!



Last year's Vicious Circle lineup included

ALEKS ZARNITSYN
“Thought Experiments. Why Not?"

COLIN KLEIN
“What Can Brain Scans Reveal About the Mind?”

ANNE EATON 
"Immoral Art"

"Self-Expression, Self Control and the Meaning of Life"

"Material Constitution"



For updates, see the Department Calendar, Facebook
(http://facebook.com/UICPhilosophy) or Twitter (follow
@UIC_Philosophy)