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Philosophy group toasts to locals’ unique experiences 

Philosophy group toasts to locals’ unique experiences 

by Roxana Becerril, Staff Writer // December 8, 2019

In a white picket-fenced home in South Park, a community organization called Toast joined together on Nov. 18 to celebrate the life philosophy of Adriana...

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Literacy coach encourages students to follow their passions

Literacy coach encourages students to follow their passions

by Thalia Bernal, Contributor // September 29, 2016

Christopher Brum may be new to San Diego, but he had no problem fitting in with the outdoor lifestyle that comes with it. Born and raised in Boston,...

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SDSU adds new courses this fall

SDSU adds new courses this fall

by Jocelyn Moran, Staff Writer // September 14, 2016

San Diego State added 23 lower and upper division courses in a variety of departments this semester. Several of these classes focus on ways students...

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Philosophers

Truth, Meaning, Dualistic, Philosophers

by Brandon Edwards-Schuth // March 18, 2015

The act of doing philosophy requires an investigation into all claims, especially those that are considered sacred or self-evident. But, what of the fundamental...

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Q&A: Professor Atterton provides insight on broader aspects of ethics

March 2, 2015

What is an ethical issue you feel like is relevant or topical that students should know about? One of the most relevant ethical issues today that students...

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Out of the Cave and Into the Frying Pan: Part II

Out of the Cave and Into the Frying Pan: Part II

by Brandon Edwards-Schuth // February 10, 2015

In a previous class discussion in Professor Corlett’s “Theory of Ethics” class, I had brought up a point regarding the examined life and what seems...

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Out of the Cave and Into the Frying Pan: Part I

Out of the Cave and Into the Frying Pan: Part I

by Brandon Edwards-Schuth // November 24, 2014

Hello readers, thinkers, brothers and sisters! Apologies for breaking the usual posting schedule, the semester is winding down and the staircase of stress...

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Mount Soledad Cross, Courtesy of Jason Pratt

Just Another Family Hike: Ethics and The Biblical Story of Abraham

by Brandon Edwards-Schuth // October 22, 2014

Hello readers! The intention of this week’s post is to look at some philosophy of religion and ethics. It’s not about biblical interpretation or apologetics,...

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Marxist Moments: Our Own Chains

Marxist Moments: Our Own Chains

by Brandon Edwards-Schuth // October 6, 2014

Pursuers of knowledge, welcome again to The Imperative. This week’s post is the first of a recurring theme titled: Marxist Moments. These posts will...

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