July 20-24, 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Stanford Faculty Club

Zephyr Philosophy Camp 2020: Introduction to Moral Philosophy

A summer philosophy camp for high school students
Zephyr Philosophy Camp 2020: Introduction to Moral Philosophy

Time & Location

July 20-24, 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Stanford Faculty Club

Description

The annual Zephyr Philosophy Camp aims to give Bay Area high school students of all backgrounds a basic philosophical groundwork from which they can begin to think more deeply about their own existence, consciousness, morality, the common good, and the transcendent. In the past four summers, we have studied moral philosophy, political philosophy, philosophy of mind and AI, and philosophy of religion. This summer we will be starting this cycle over again by returning to the subject of moral philosophy.

 

The regular camp fee is $400. It covers course materials and lunch for the duration of the camp. Payment will be accepted upon admission to the camp. There is a 50% discount for those who register before February 29, 2020.

 

Please note that this is a day camp; lodging is not included.

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Who Should Apply?

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Application Deadline

Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Background

Speakers

SARAH THOMAS ’19

SARAH THOMAS ’19

Chair, Young Alumni Council & Graduate Fellow, Center for the Study of First Principles · Leuven, BE

 MOLLY OSHATZ

MOLLY OSHATZ

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

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