Visiting Speakers in 1999

Lisa Gerber

Department of Philosophy

University of New Mexico

February 5, 1999

Sharing Secrets with Nature:
The Art of Intimacy

Chris Crittenden

Department of Philosophy

University of Tennessee, Knoxville

February 12, 1999

A Defense of Val Plumwood's
Anti-Dualistic Ecofeminism

Irene Klaver

Department of Philosophy

California State University, Stanislaus

February 19, 1999

Should There be a Fox in the Building?

Ulrik Birk Nissen

The Faculty of Theology

Aarhus University, Denmark

March 9, 1999

Moral Reason, Behavior Rationality, and Environment

Robert Mugerauer

Department of Philosophy

University of Texas, Austin

April 17, 1999

Design and Violence:
Architectures of Decisive Action and Witness

Buddy Huffaker

Aldo Leopold Foundation

September 14, 1999

Implementing the Land Ethic

Richard A. Watson

Department of Philosophy

Washington University, St. Louis

October 18, 1999

Rene Descartes in the 21st Century

Gary Cox

Director, Russian Studies

Southern Methodist University

November 10, 1999

Gender and Kinship in Doestoevsky's Fiction and
Slavic History

Dostoevsky Conference in Denton

Roger Heathcott

English Actor

November 10, 1999

Selections from
"The Grand Inquisitor"

Dostoevsky Conference in Denton

Ignat Avsey

Translator, The Karamazov Brothers

November 10, 1999

"The Village of Stepanchikovo"

Dostoevsky Conference in Denton

Lee Hester

Philosophy Department

Oklahoma City University

November 19, 1999

Two Talks on Native American Philosophy and Religion


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