The George Mason Philosophy Club is devoted to fostering a discussion of philosophical issues among students and other interested parties.
Some discussions are on philosophical issues of an abstract and theoretical nature such as: Is there a God? Is the mind physical or non-physical? Others cover the application of philosophical thinking to issues of contemporary concern such as: What are the proper scope and the limits of technology, including biotechnology? What is the justification of war?
Even though membership in the club is restricted to full-time Mason undergraduates, all meetings are open to the public.
Among activities that the Philosophy Club has sponsored in the recent past are faculty talks, the viewing of movies of philosophical import, book discussions at the local Border's Bookstore, and regular get togethers of students and others for discussion of issues of common interest. The student presidents, as well as the faculty advisor, welcome ideas for other activities from any quarter.
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