Drexel’s Philosophy Week features lectures and panel discussions on a wide range of philosophical topics, including the meaning of life, the future of Feminism, and the relationships between religion, politics and philosophy. Every March, Drexel proudly hosts talks by internationally known philosophers and members of the Drexel faculty and community. Past Philosophy Week events have included talks by Robert Audi, PhD, of Notre Dame and Douglas Anderson, PhD, of Southern Illinois University, as well as multidisciplinary panel discussions on topics of widespread contemporary importance.
All events are free and open to the public. No registration is required.
For the complete list of events, check the Department Calendar in early fall. For more information or directions, please contact Peter Amato, PhD, director of the philosophy program, at email@example.com.