Check back for Fall 2017 events
During the Fall and Spring semesters, (almost) every Thursday at 4pm in Dickens 201 for Rationali-tea--drink tea, eat cookies, and chat with faculty, staff, and students from the philosophy department. All are welcome!
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This year's essay winner is Sam Leyba, who wins for his essay entitled "Hobbes' Leviathan." Leyba argues that Batek theories of property, power relations, and governance undermine Hobbes' argument for the view that the state of nature is a state of war. The contest is underwritten by funds provided by Fred and Virginia Merrill, whom we than for their generosity.