For more information about these groups, or to be added to an email group, email the respective contacts listed for each group below.
Aesthetics Discussion Group
Contact: Kendall Walton
Time/Location: Meets on a TBD basis, contact Kendall Walton for meeting times and locations
If there is an article that you would like to discuss with this group, please email Kendall Walton.
Ancient Philosophy Reading Group
Text: Marcus Aurelius' Meditations, beginning with Book 2
Time: 7pm (sharp) - 9pm on 9/14, 10/19, 11/9, and 12/7
Location: Angell Hall 1164 (Seminar Room)
The starting point and focus of our discussions are the ancient texts themselves. Each session, one member of the group translates the text and starts off discussion, with all members interrupting and actively participating as the mood strikes.
Contact: Cameron McCulloch
Time: Meets biweekly on Fridays at 3PM
Location: Contact Cameron McCulloch for more information
Epistemology Reading Group (EPiG)
Contact: Sydney Keough
Time: Biweekly on Mondays from 12-1pm
Location: 1164 Angell Hall (Seminar Room)
EpiG is a group which meets bi-weekly to read contemporary papers in epistemology (broadly construed). The topics read range from issues in traditional epistemology, formal epistemology, the intersection of the two, and even some decision theory. Contact Daniel Drucker for times, locations, reading lists, or anything else related to the group.
Foundations of Modern Physics Reading Group (FOMP)
Contact: Josh Hunt
Time: 12-1pm Bi-weekly
Location: Randall Lab 4th Floor Fishbowl (4246)
Rackham-funded interdisciplinary reading group which focuses on the philosophy of physics and related areas of physics and philosophy. Graduate students and faculty from any department are welcome. For more information, visit our website and e-mail Josh Hunt to be added to the mailing list.
Graduate Student Working Group (GSWG)
Mind and Moral Psychology Working Group (MMP)
Time/Location: Meets on a TBD basis
Philosophy of Science etc. (PoSe)
Contact: Gordon Belot
A forum for talks about philosophy of science and related areas.
Race, Gender, and Feminist Philosophy Reading Group
Time: Biweekly meetings, alternating between Monday 1-2:30pm and Monday 10-11:30am
Location: Contact Elise or Filipa for location information or to be added to the email group
Race, Gender, and Feminist Philosophy Reading Group is a Rackham interdisciplinary reading group (RIW).