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MONDAY 2/26 | The College and Philosophy Dept. are excited to host a book launch for Professors Brian Clack and Tyler Hower at 5 pm in the Humanities Center, Serra Hall 200. All are welcome and reception to follow! bitly.com/2EYJI72 @Noellenorton @uofsandiego 2 days ago

MONDAY 2/26 | The College of Arts and Sciences and Department of Philosophy are excited to host a book launch for Professors Brian Clack and Tyler Hower in celebration of their new work PHILOSOPHY AND THE HUMAN CONDITION.

Monday, February 26, 2018 at 5 p.m.
Humanities Center, Serra Hall 200
Reception to follow
Beyoncé lovers won’t want to miss this today 🍋 #Repost @usdhumanities
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TODAY | 2.19.18 | 4-5:30 pm | Serra 200 (Humanities Center)⠀
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We are excited to present a student-led symposium for open debate about various aspects of Beyonce's album, Lemonade, and the manifold political and social issues it engages.⠀
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This is a part of the Black History Month in Contemporary America Series. #usd #blackhistorymonth #beyonce #lemonade
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Just an unfiltered @uofsandiego sky shot 📸🌤 #SceneAtUSD
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TODAY | 2.13.18 | 4-5:30 pm | Serra 200 (Humanities Center)⠀
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The Idea of Beauty Series: Philosophers on Beauty, Part 1: Plato, Plotinus, St. Augustine⠀
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Discussion to be introduced by:⠀
Jack Crumley, PhD | Professor, Philosophy⠀
Turney Nevitt, PhD | Professor, Philosophy and Co-Director, Medieval Renaissance Studies⠀
Michael Wagner, PhD | Professor, Philosophy⠀
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Refreshments provided.⠀
Part 2 will be on March 13, 2018, in Serra 200 from 4-5:30 pm.
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