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by the UD Philosophy Department and the American Philosophical Association (APA)
Free and Open to the Public
Schedule of Events:
Memorial Hall, Room 125
1-1:50pm "It's All Greek To Me: The Challenges and Rewards of Non-Western Philosophies," with Alan Fox
2-2:50pm "Making Minds: Human Brain Cells in Non-Human Brains," with Mark Greene
Memorial Hall, Room 123
3-3:50pm "Physics and Philosophy in the 21st Century," with Noel Swanson
4-4:50pm "Philosophical Reflections on Mass Incarceration in the United States," with Hsin-Wen Lee
Deer Park Tavern (108 W Main Street)
6-8pm Reception, featuring a talk on "Drug Treatment In South Park," with Richard Hanley
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