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October 25, 2012
Curated by Associate Professor of English, Rishona Zimring and 2012 graduate, Casey Newbegin, this exhibit explores artistic responses to rapid change in the period before WWII. On display at Watzek Library, through May 2013. This event is open to the public.
6:00am–9:00pm (repeats daily to 5/31) Location: Watzek Library This event was posted by College: Watzek Library.
11:00am–4:00pm Fighting Men exhibition
Fighting Men combines the work of Leon Golub, a painter, Pete Voulkos, a ceramist, and Jack Kirby, a cartoonist. The exhibition probes images of violence and masculinity through these three diverse artists. Through March 3, 2013 This event is open to the public.
11:00am–4:00pm (repeats weekly to 3/3) Location: Hoffman Gallery This event was posted by Lewis & Clark: Hoffman Gallery.
1:00–2:00pm Faculty Bookwarming
Celebrating the release of Knowledge written by Nicholas Smith, James F. Miller Professor of Humanities, and Ian Evans. This event is open to the public.
1:00–2:00pm (to 10/25) Location: Lewis & Clark Bookstore This event was posted by Lewis & Clark: Bookstore.
3:30–5:00pm “Revealed Irrationality” by Ian Evans (LC Alum)
Is it possible to believe something, while simultaneously – and in full consciousness – believing that this belief is unsupported by your evidence? I say “yes”: I believe this about many of my own beliefs and I bet you do, too. But several philosophers have argued that this is precluded by the very nature of belief. The arguments – there are several – have been influential, but have received little scrutiny in print. In this paper, I take a hard look and find that none of the arguments holds water. Even if you agree with me that _these_ arguments fail, you might still find it puzzling how someone could believe that her own belief is irrational. The second part of my paper tries to help by making such a doxastic situation intelligible from the first-person perspective. What we can call “revealed irrationality” is possible and not as puzzling as it might seem. This event is open to the public.
3:30–5:00pm (to 10/25) Location: J.R. Howard Hall 202 This event was posted by College: Philosophy.
The new exhibition at the Hoffman Gallery, Fighting Men: Leon Golub, Peter Voulkos, and Jack Kirby, will debut with an opening reception October 25 at 5 p.m. The exhibition probes images of violence and masculinity through these three diverse artists; it is on display through March 3, 2013. This event is open to the public.
5:00pm Location: Hoffman Gallery This event was posted by Lewis & Clark: Hoffman Gallery.
A presentation by Professor Pere Gallardo Torrano Associate Professor of English, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona (Spain) This event is open to the public.
6:00pm Location: JRHH 122 This event was posted by College: Foreign Languages.