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Philosophy Students Publish Papers, Present at Conferences

Philosophy major Alyssa Hennig recently published her paper, “What Really Happened in Plato’s Lysis,” in Kennesaw State University’s OtherWise, an online Philosophy journal (2009 Issue, available at the following address: Three other Philosophy majors were accepted to Undergraduate Philosophy conferences. Brian York presented “Plato and Vedanta: The Necessary Bond Between Metaphysics and Ethics” at the Midsouth Undergraduate Philosophy Conference, hosted by The University of Memphis (March 5-6). Bethany Somma also attended this conference with her paper, “A Phenomenological Critique of the Frege-Russell Theory of Language.” Bethany will deliver this paper again at the SUNY-Oneonta Undergraduate Philosophy Conference in Oneonta, New York (April 15-17). Also at SUNY-Oneonta, Keith Johnson will present his paper, “Music and Philosophy.”

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