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Portland State of Mind: A Stoic Guide to Modern Life

What: A Stoic Guide to Modern Life

When: Thursday, October 12, 2017 from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Where: Urban Center (URBN), room 212G, 506 SW Mill St.

Cost: Free and open to the public

Contact: Brad Berman, bberman@pdx.edu, 503-725-9574

Philosophy Ethics Bowl Fundraiser

The Department of Philosopy is raising funds for the 2018

Oregon High School Ethics Bowl

The public is invited to come out for a night of food, drink and philosophy at: 

McMenamins Market Street Pub
1526 SW 10th Ave
Portland Oregon

Tuesday, June 6
5 p.m to close

Peter Boghossian, Philosophy faculty, received a two-year Ayash grant for $29,000 for "the public advancement of critical thinking and rationality."

Peter Boghossian, Philosophy faculty, received a two-year Ayash grant for $29,000 for "the public advancement of critical thinking and rationality."

Peter Boghossian, Philosophy faculty, wrote the chapter "Chmess, Abiding Significance, and Rabbit Holes" in Philosophy’s Future: The Problem of Philosophical Progress, published by Wiley, April 27.

Peter Boghossian, Philosophy faculty, wrote the chapter "Chmess, Abiding Significance, and Rabbit Holes" in Philosophy’s Future: The Problem of Philosophical Progress, published by Wiley, April 27.

Peter Boghossian, Philosophy faculty, presented "Communicating Across the Divide: How to Make Impossible Conversations Possible" at Reasonfest, University of Kansas, April 15.

Peter Boghossian, Philosophy faculty, presented "Communicating Across the Divide: How to Make Impossible Conversations Possible" at Reasonfest, University of Kansas, April 15.

Peter Boghossian, Philosophy faculty, co-authored “The Overton Window: Is the Unthinkable the New Acceptable?” published in Free Inquiry, Vol. 37, No. 3.

Peter Boghossian, Philosophy faculty, co-authored “The Overton Window: Is the Unthinkable the New Acceptable?” published in Free Inquiry, Vol. 37, No. 3.

Peter Boghossian, Philosophy Department, authored "What Would It Take to Change Your Mind?" published in Skeptic.

Peter Boghossian, Philosophy Department, authored "What Would It Take to Change Your Mind?"
published in Skeptic.