The
Philomathean
Society

Est. 1813

Philo Events

Φ Meeting VIII: Causing Disability

Saturday, December 8 2018 • 1:27 AM - 4:27 AM

Junior member John Odera will be presenting a utilitarian argument that claims that if we are to accept a version of the social model of disability, then we ought to cause disability in infants and unborn children, and to resist selecting against unborn children with disabilities. He will present a...

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Friday Tea with Elizabeth Johnson

Friday, December 7 2018 • 9:00 PM - 10:30 PM

Elizabeth (Zab) Johnson is the executive director and a senior fellow of the Wharton Neuroscience Initiative. Students and faculty looking to get more involved with the Wharton Neuroscience Initiative should contact her directly. She received an A.B. in Psychobiology at Mount Holyoke College and a ...

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Φ Meeting VII

Saturday, December 1 2018 • 1:27 AM - 4:27 AM

Founded in 1813, Philo is a student-run literary society that arranges and hosts public events, teas, discussions, debates, exhibitions, and more. Check us out at www.philomathean.org. General Meetings are held eight Fridays a semester with food and potation. They feature Reports on the Society’s ...

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