High School Programs

Zephyr hosts two programs for high school students: a monthly philosophy club, and an annual summer camp. The Zephyr Philosophy Club is a collective of students interested in exploring the history of philosophy. The Zephyr Philosophy Camp is a weeklong summer intensive focused on a particular discipline within philosophy. This summer, five alumni of these programs spoke at a Zephyr symposium on the intersubjective: experience, consciousness, relation.

“. . . I want nothing more than to educate the youth to a radical honesty of thought, to a thinking which guards against obscuring and violating by verbal constructions and conceptual illusions the primordial intuitions which necessarily determine the sense of all rational thinking.” ~Husserl

EVENTS

PROGRAM FELLOW

 MOLLY OSHATZ

MOLLY OSHATZ

Senior Fellow & Director of High School Programs, Center for the Study of First Principles