When you learn a fact, you know one thing. When you learn to reason, you can think for a lifetime. You’ll learn skills in critical thinking, logical reasoning, persuasion, and ethics that will prove valuable in whatever career you choose. Use reason to thrive.
Thank you and congratulations to all the teams and judges who participated in this year’s Ethics Bowl.
We had teams of Philosophy majors, Computer Science majors, Honors College students, Philosophy Club participants and others all debating various cases as presented by the Ethics Bowl facilitator, Dr. Frances Bottenberg. Some of our Philosophy alumni were there to be judges and spectators and it was great to see them.
Congratulations to our winning team “A Flock of Seagulls”: Joseph Brannon, Devon Loy and John E. Reese II. The second place team, Trichop, was Madeline Hamilton, Dominic Pitocco, Neil Hughes, Taylor Sever and Zavia Bop.
Think about joining us for our next Ethics Bowl, Spring 2021.
– Meet our Faculty –
Prof. Insa Lawler is teaching the Introduction to Formal Logic and Critical Thinking.
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– Philosophy Club –
The UNCG Philosophy Club is meeting every other Wednesday from 5:30-7:00 pm in the Faculty Center.
Join the Facebook page or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SPRING 2020 Meetings:
January 15: The Trolley Problem
January 29: TV Night featuring Atlanta, S1E7
February 12: What makes something lovable?
February 26: Do I own my pets?
March 11: Can I be wrong about whether or not I’m happy?
March 25: What does it mean to “define” a concept?
April 8: When should we “forgive” bad behavior?
April 22: What do I owe future generations? (Earth Day Topic)
– Online Philosophy –
Philosophy Online Degree
Online learning is ideal for self-motivated people who are comfortable with current technology and can express themselves well in writing. Distance learners must also be able to manage their time effectively.
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– Pre-Law –
Statistical studies show that Philosophy majors outscore almost all others on the verbal and quantitative sections of the LSAT, GMAT, GRE and similar standardized tests.
UNCG’s Pre-Law Concentration in Philosophy is a program especially designed to meet the needs of pre-law students.