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Wed, Oct 20
Fall 2021 Junior Fellowship: Philosophy as a Way of Life
What does it mean to understand philosophy as an activity, as a way of life? This fellowship is open to undergraduate students at Stanford University.
Thu, Oct 21
Feminism's Last Stand
What does it mean to be a woman? A salon with Prof. Abigail Favale.
Thu, Oct 28
Details will be sent upon acceptance
Bioethics Reading and Discussion Group
A reading and discussion group for physicians and physicians-in-training, led by Professor Aaron Kheriaty, MD (UC Irvine)
Thu, Oct 28
"Republics and Revolutions" Reading Group
"Republics and Revolutions" is a dinner reading group for young professionals in the Bay Area that meets 1-2 times per month.
Mon, Nov 01
Ethics Reading Group
A reading and discussion group on Elizabeth Anscombe’s critique of 20th century moral philosophy, led by Molly Gurdon Pinkoski
Tue, Nov 02
A weekly Tuesday symposium on Plato's Euthyphro, for undergraduates and those who have recently graduated
Thu, Nov 11
Stanford Park Hotel
What’s Wrong With Ambition?
A flourishing society dinner lecture by Zena Hitz
Tue, Nov 16
Location will be sent to accepted members
Zephyr Philosophy Club 2021-22
A monthly philosophy gathering for high school students, led by Dr. Molly Oshatz (Zephyr Institute)