Open to members of the University community
Ancient Philosophy Reading Group The starting point and focus of our discussions are the ancient texts themselves. Each session, one member of the group translates the text and starts off discussion, with all members interrupting and actively participating as the mood strikes. Contact: Victor Caston for more information.
Legal Philosophy Reading GroupGroup of students and professors who meet to discuss contemporary work in legal philosophy.Contact: Steve Schaus for more information.
Political Philosophy Reading Group Each meeting someone distributes and presents an article of interest in political philosophy for discussion. Contact: Nina Windgaetter for more information
Foundations of Modern Physics Reading Group Rackham-funded interdisciplinary reading group which focuses on the philosophy of physics and related areas of physics and philosophy. Graduate students and faculty from any department are welcome. For more information, visit our website and email Charles Sebens to be added to the mailing list.
Epistemology Reading Group (EPiG) EpiG is a group which meets bi-weekly to read contemporary papers in epistemology (broadly construed). The topics read range from issues in traditional epistemology, formal epistemology, the intersection of the two, and even some decision theory. Contact Daniel Drucker for times, locations, reading lists, or anything else related to the group.
Metaethics Reading Group We discuss contemporary papers in metaethics and moral psychology. Graduate students and faculty of any department are welcome to attend. Please contact Paul Boswell to be added to the mailing list.