The Jackson Family Center for Ethics & Values at Coastal Carolina University, the Philosophy Department at University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth, and Philosophy TV are proud to present an online undergraduate conference on the theme of meaning (broadly construed).
Each session in the conference will be a video-recorded conversation between an undergraduate author and a commentator. (In each case, the commentator is a professional philosopher: either a graduate student or a faculty member.) This week and next, we’ll post a series of sessions, one per day. All of the sessions will be linked from the list below.
Many thanks to all of the students and philosophers who have generously devoted time and energy to this project!
Seventh session: “Is There Meaning that Does Not Derive from the Self Alone? A Consideration of Sartre’s Philosophy” by Sarah Horton (Grove City College). In conversation with Clifford Sosis (Coastal Carolina University).
Tenth session: “On Quine’s Skeptical Philosophy: Its Ancient Roots and Constancy” by Matthew Margulis (University of California-Santa Cruiz). In conversation with Eric Brown (Washington University-Saint Louis).