Events

Kelly Sorensen (Ursainus): November 29th, 4:10pm. Humanities Center
The Actual and The Expected Humanities Center: November 29th, 4:10 pm.
33rd Annual Selfridge Lecture
Moshe Halbertal, Selfridge Lecture on "Three Conceptions of Human Dignity" April 3, 2017
"Black Lives Matter & the Politics of Survival"
The students of Professor Chad Kautzer's Philosophy 090: Black Lives Matter and the Future of Race (Fall 2016) organized and hosted "Black Lives Matter & the Politics of Survival:" a screening of Emmy Award-winning short documentary “Traffic Stop” and a panel discussion on the Black Lives Matter movement.
4th Philosophy conference highlights 19th century philosophy
The 4th Annual Lehigh Philosophy conference, held October 27 & 28, hosted 36 philosophers from across the United States and South Africa who gathered to discuss various facets of 19th Century philosophy.
32nd Annual Selfridge Lecture
Graham Priest, 32nd Annual Selfridge Lecture in Philosophy, April 11, 2016
Campbell Conference Sept 10-11
Lehigh University hosted a conference to honor the memory and explore the ideas of one of the most illustrious members of its community, Donald Campbell (1916-1996): Anthropologist, Cognitive Scientist, Methodologist, Philosopher, Psychologist, Sociologist.
Third Annual Philosophy Conference October 8 & 9
Philosophers from Pakistan, Georgia, South Africa, Scotland, Italy, and Canada will join scholars from universities and colleges across the United States to explore the roles that metaphors play in philosophy.
Thirty-First Annual Selfridge Lecture in Philosophy April 13, 2015
Professor Hill, Kenan Professor of Philosophy at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, will deliver the 31st annual Selfridge Lecture in Philosophy on Monday April 13, 2015. Professor Hill's talk will be on "Lies, Torture, and Utopias." The lecture, which is free and open to the public, will be held in Linderman Library 200 at 7 PM. A book signing will follow.
Symposium
Lehigh University Undergraduate Ethics Symposium