Location

B2215

Start Date

1-4-2016 10:15 AM

End Date

1-4-2016 11:10 AM

Description

This interdisciplinary presentation examines human culture and thought through the lenses of both philosophy and rhetoric. Dr. Athon’s work explores rhetoric and social justice, Dr. Almassi discusses ethics and interpersonal trust, and Christopher Brennan examines decision-making processes. Through philosophical frameworks, these research areas explore how society constructs social values, judgments, and norms.

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Dr. Amanda Athon is an Assistant Professor of Humanities and Social Sciences, Dr. Ben Almassi is an Assistant Professor of Humanities and Social Sciences, and Mr. Christopher Brennan is an undergraduate student in Interdisciplinary Studies in the College of Arts and Sciences.

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Apr 1st, 10:15 AM Apr 1st, 11:10 AM

Logos, Pathos, Ethos: Intersections of Philosophy and Rhetoric

B2215

This interdisciplinary presentation examines human culture and thought through the lenses of both philosophy and rhetoric. Dr. Athon’s work explores rhetoric and social justice, Dr. Almassi discusses ethics and interpersonal trust, and Christopher Brennan examines decision-making processes. Through philosophical frameworks, these research areas explore how society constructs social values, judgments, and norms.