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Scott Ritner

Simone Weil Against Greatness according to Scott Ritner of CU Boulder

Come join the CU Denver Philosophy Department for guest speaker, Scott B. Ritner, of CU Boulder come talk on "Simone Weil Against Greatness" Abstract: This talk will outline the French philosopher, activist, and mystic, Simone Weil’s (1909-1943) anti-colonial and anti-fascist critique of greatness through a critical analysis of her political...

Candice Shelby

Candice Shelby talked at the Fresno State Ethics Center on 10/5

Candice Shelby is to give a talk on "Living a Whole Life Body and Soul" on 10/5 over Zoom at 6p-7p Mountain Time . Register here for the Zoom link: Key metaphors inform psychological and physical health: balance, stability, rootedness, flexibility, strength, and endurance. This talk will explore those...

Tennis, Inc.

Tennis Inc Performed at Denver's Civic Park!

Alumni Tennis Inc, performed at Denver's Civic Park back in September 2022. In case you missed their performance live, you can always check them out on YouTube!

Frederick Neuhouser

Frederick Neuhouser on “How to Criticize Inequality: Lessons from Piketty”

Guest lecturer Frederick Neuhouser’s take on “How to Criticize Inequality: Lessons from Piketty” Whereas most critiques of inequality criticize disparities in wealth directly—emphasizing the evils and dangers of inequality itself—in fact, the most effective justifications for inequality have historically been indirect, proceeding from a certain conception of the right to...

Roger Ward

Roger Ward on “The Work of Community in C.S. Pierce and Jane Addams”

The CU Denver Philosophy’s Haber Lecture Series kicked off the academic year with “The Work of Community in C.S. Pierce and Jane Addams” by Roger Ward of Georgetown College Abstract: The standard story of a community in American thinking often begins with English Puritans, and though that worldview is well...

Candice Shelby

Candice Shelby talks to the Denverite

May 4, 2022

Professor Candice Shelby recently talked to the Denverite regarding the arrests that are happening at Union Station. Read here for the full article .