I promised to post about Kant again on Monday, but I forgot that Monday is a holiday here at McNeese. So that post will be delayed till after the Mardi Gras break. for those of you who do not get a break for Mardi Gras, ha ha.
The Philosophy Club meets regularly, and encourages everyone to attend, whether you have a formal or passing interest in philosophy. These discussions can help to tease out issues not covered in class, or serve as a chance for you to learn by doing. Philosophy is not a set of facts to be memorized - it is a method of thinking. The more you "do" philosophy, the better your understanding of the concepts and methods will be. Like your muscles, your brain is toned by practice. Many students find philosophy to be the most difficult field they have ever studied, precisely because it teaches you new ways to think. The Philosophy Club gives you the chance to get your feet wet in an environment that is collegial and casual.
Where: The Mariner Room, upstairs in the New Ranch When: 3:00 PM every Monday during the academic year.
For more information about the philosophy program at McNeese State University click here. To see the Inside McNeese feature on the philosophy club click here