This Wednesday and Friday seniors in the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies will present their capping research. Presentations will take place starting at 5 on Wednesday and 4 p.m. on Friday in the Henry Hudson Room on the third floor of Fontaine Hall.
Jonathan Whelton Pane, "Persistent Illusions: On Free Will and the Cosmology of Time"
Salvatore Russo, "The Nature of Death"
Ryan Montano, "Experimental Philosophy and Philosophical Intuitions"
Chelsea Richardson, "A Critique of Modern Agriculture"
Alex Karvelis, "Bayesian Epistemology Depragmatized"