Belmont Philosophy students presented papers at the Pacific University Undergraduate Philosophy Conference held in Forest Grove, Oregon, April 5-6. Emily Hunt presented her work “To Revolt Against the Nothingness.” Charlie McDonald read “The They Self: A Phenomenological Description of Inauthenticity in Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot.” And Kevin Kozik presented “On the Importance of Embodiment—or, Why the Experience Machine is Suicide.”
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