Schedule for the 2000-2001 Season:
SEPTEMBER 12, 2000: WHAT AUTHENTICITY REALLY MEANS.
Keith Brown, Executive Director of the Heidegger Conference, University of North Texas.
SEPTEMBER 26, 2000: CREATIONISM? IS IT A SCIENCE?
John Blanton, M.S., Past President of The North Texas Skeptics Society.
OCTOBER 10, 2000: WHAT THE SENSES DON'T TELL YOU ABOUT INDIVIDUALS.
Professor Robert Wood, Philosophy Dept., University of Dallas.
OCTOBER 24, 2000: AGENCY, BEHAVIOR AND MEANING: WATSON'S BEHAVIORISM IN THE LIGHT OF MAURICE MERLEAU PONTY.
Scott Churchill, Professor of Psychology, University of Dallas.
NOVEMBER 14,2000: KIERKEGAARD'S ANXIETY
Professor Carl Hasler, Collin County Community College Philosophy Dept.-
NOVEMBER 28, 2000: FACING THE CHALLENGE TO LIBERAL POLITICS.
Richard Owsley, Professor of Philosophy, University of North Texas.
DECEMBER 12, 2000: THE EVOLUTION OF MORALITY: A DARWINIAN PERSPECTIVE.Meeting cancelled due to bad weather. We will try to reschedule this lecture.
Professor Joe Barnhardt, Philosophy Dept., University of North Texas.
DECEMBER 26, 2000: NO MEETING
JANUARY 9, 2001: RESOLVING HUME'S FORK.
Dr. Timothy Gorski, Associate Clinical Professor Ob/Gyn, University of North Texas Health Science Center.
JANUARY 23, 2001:THINKING WITH EINSTEIN'S BRAIN.
Professor Dennis Sepper, Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Dallas.
FEBRUARY 13, 2001: AQUINAS' A PRIORI ANSWER TO KANT'S AGNOSTICISM.
Richard Gill, Former Graduate Student, Institute of Philosophic Studies, University of Dallas.
FEBRUARY 27, 2001: ARTHUR KOESTLER: A LIFE, A MEANING.
Milton Ritz, Independent Scholar.
MARCH 13, 2001: RICHARD FEYNMAN: THE RELATION OF SCIENCE TO AESTHETICS AND OTHER THINGS.
Andrew Laska, Former Graduate Student, Dept. of Physics, University of Texas at Dallas.
MARCH 27, 2001: FEYERABEND: CHARLATAN OR GREAT PHILOSOPHER?
Pete Gunter, Professor of Philosophy, University of North Texas.
APRIL 10, 2001: MORAL DECAY.
Victor Worsfold, Professor of Humanities, University of Texas at Dallas.
APRIL 24, 2001: WALKER PERCY: A STRANGER IN THE COSMOS.
Professor Randy Conine, El Centro College.
MAY 8, 2001: THE CONCEPTS OF THE GOOD AND THE BEAUTIFUL IN PLATO'S THOUGHT.
Professor J. Baird Callicott, Philosophy Dept., University of North Texas.
MAY 22, 2001: THE HORRIFIC INTOXICANT OF OMNI-POSSIBILITY.
Professor Ken Smith, Formerly of University of Dallas Philosophy Dept.
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