Sadly the site isn't as effective as I had hoped. While I know it is getting used, I'm not sure if it's worth the maintenance, especially now that we have run into issues regarding PR representation. There are also some concerns on whether things are being delivered by the site properly. That being said, I'd like to see how many people will see this message and see how many people use this site over the facebook one. Depending on the response to this and any possible resolution to our PR issues, I will decide whether to trash this site. In the case that that does happen, I will likely leave the site up for possible revival in the future, but no new posts will be made until said revival.
This week we are doing an experimental activity. Inspired by George Orwell's Animal Farm, we will be trying to create a mini government. A lot of candy will be involved. $57 worth...
There was a miscalculation on the schedule so we didn't have a topic planned, but we were able to improvise! Tomorrow we will be discussing free speech! Because of the miscalculation we may or may not have a poster on the way, but you don't come just because of the cool posters do you?
This week's meeting will be on the inevitable! Death!
This week's meeting will be on the ethics of media's depiction of war.
This week's meeting will be on artificial intelligence! We will be joined by philosophy professors Richard Fry and Gregory Littmann!
This week we will be talking about the philosophy of mind with our very own SIUe professor Greg Littmann!
This week we will be joined by Professor Kalinowski to discuss filial obligation, or your obligation to your parents, and whether that exists at all!
This week's meeting will be on what makes a good life. A question the ancients have faced many times!
This week's meeting will be on Anti-natalism. This is the concept that reproduction is morally wrong. What do you think?
This is a bit late but this meeting was on "What is Philosophy" and we discussed what makes questions philosophical and what are philosophical methods. Thank you to all who participated!
This week we will be discussing "The Pig That Wants to be Eaten," a collection of 100 philosophical dilemmas. We will be choosing about 5 of these dilemmas to discuss in the meeting. Once the readings are chosen, they will be commented to this post with some kind of way to find them for free. Join us for this exploration of answers for these issues!