Come think out loud with us!
The Fresno State Philosophy Club is an organization where philosophy majors, minors, and other interested Fresno State students get together and discuss philosophical, religious, and legal topics and issues. As the Philosophy Department includes many inter-connected fields (philosophy, religious studies, pre-law, peace and conflict studies, Middle East studies, and social justice), the philosophy club welcomes students interested in any of those fields.
Philosophy club discussions are accessible and enjoyable for all, and neither require prior experience nor technical knowledge. Recent and future topics include: transhumanism, criminal justice reform, the philosophy of AI, and even the philosophical issues underlying pop culture phenomena. Any participant can propose topics for future philosophy club meetings.
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The Philosophy Club meets every Wednesday at 3:30 in Music 104 (The Phil Zone).
Philosophy Club Officers
Major: Philosophy, Pre-Law Option
Philosophical Interests: Continental Philosophy, Critical Theory, Ethics, Existentialism, Structuralism, Post-Structuralism, Semiotics/Semiology
Points of Pride: Learning how to overcome existential dread by imagining Sisyphus as happy.
Position: Vice President
Major: Philosophy (Biology and Chemistry Minors)
Philosophical Interests: Animal Law and Ethics, Political Philosophy
Points of Pride: Being a former Maddy Intern, member of Fresno State's mock trial, Phi Alpha Delta, and believing in animal personhood.
Jenna A. Van Fossen
Major: Psychology (Philosophy Minor)
Philosophical Interests: Moral Philosophy and Philosophy of Science
Points of Pride: President of the Fresno State Quiz Bowl Team, Treasurer of PSI CHI: The Psychology Honors Club and the Bulldog Women's Water Polo Club, Member of the Smittcamp Family Honors College and 2016-2017 Psychology Department Honors Program, presented Research at International Conference, and backpacked solo through Thailand and Australia.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Andrew Fiala, Professor of Philosophy <firstname.lastname@example.org>