Roberta Dreon, “Looking at Human Sensibility by Pragmatist Means,” April 1, 2019, at 7:00 PM

The seminar can be viewed on our YouTube channel here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kmeyj42EbHQ&t=28s The AIPCT is pleased to announce a seminar by Roberta Dreon, “Looking at Human Sensibility by Pragmatist Means: In Search of a Rounded Portrait,” free and open to the public. The date is April 1, 2019, at 7 PM…

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“When There’s Good to Be Done: Songs of Unsung Heroes,” Sunday afternoon, February 3, 2:00 PM, presented by Curtis Teague and Loretta Simonet

AIPCT Presents a Musical Afternoon (child and family-friendly) on Sunday afternoon, February 3, at 2:00 PM (done well before the Super Bowl starts!) CURTIS & LORETTA “WHEN THERE’S GOOD TO BE DONE” SONGS OF UNSUNG HEROES The award-winning husband and wife duo of Curtis Teague and Loretta Simonet gathered together…

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Doug Anderson, “De-professionalizing Philosophy,” the fourth Lewis Hahn Memorial Lecture, July 21, 2018

Douglas R. Anderson presented the fourth Lewis Hahn Memorial Lecture at AIPCT in Murphysboro on July 21, 2018. The lecture is sponsored by the Foundation for the Philosophy of Creativity and its affiliated Societies for the Philosophy of Creativity. Dr. Anderson is Professor and Chair of Philosophy and Religious Studies…

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First Annual William S. Minor Lecture: Jenn Marra, “Humor and Interpretation,” July 22, 2018

The Foundation for the Philosophy of Creativity (FPC) sponsored the first annual William S. Minor Lecture, July 22, 2018. Jennifer Marra of Marquette University received the first FPC Dissertation Fellowship and was in residence at AIPCT for the months of June and July, which culminated with her presentation of this…

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First Annual Institute Lecture: Lawrence Cahoone, “George Herbert Mead and the Three Keys to Human Evolution”

The AIPCT marked the First Anniversary of its founding with a special invited lecture by Lawrence Cahoone, Professor of Philosophy at the University of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA. “George Herbert Mead and the Three Keys to Human Evolution.” Professor Cahoone is author of Cultural Revolutions (Penn State Press, 2008)…

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