Drone Warfare: an Ethical Crisis

Rutgers University Camden Philosophy Society  Drone Warfare: an Ethical Crisis  Wednesday, November 12th 12:30-1:20 Faculty Lounge in Armitage 3rd Floor, near the elevators Drones serve a variety of functions.  Drones can deliver your packages from Amazon or deliver assassination orders somewhere cross the globe.  Drones may be efficient, but should we have the right to … Read more of Drone Warfare: an Ethical Crisis

Violence or Non-Violence? Gandhi and Fanon on International Conflict

Non-Violence or Violence? Gandhi and Fanon on International Conflict Tal Correm, Ph.D. Department of Philosophy and ReligionRutgers University, Camden Tuesday October 14, 2014, 12:30-1:20 p.m. 429 Cooper Street, Room 104 Free pizza and soda All students and faculty welcome Popular struggles for freedom, such as struggles for self-determination or ones for expanded civil and human rights … Read more of Violence or Non-Violence? Gandhi and Fanon on International Conflict

What Do Philosophers Do?

An interesting article in the Atlantic magazine:   https://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2014/07/what-do-philosophers-do/374036/

Welcome to Dr. Nicole Karapanagiotis

The Department of Philosophy and Religion extends a warm welcome to our newest faculty member, Dr. Nicole Karapanagiotis, Assistant Professor of Religion. Dr. Karapanagiotis joins the Department in Fall 2015 as a specialist in Hinduism, ritual, and technology. She is currently writing a book entitled Does Cyber-Smoke Reach the Gods? Online Hinduism and the Tensions … Read more of Welcome to Dr. Nicole Karapanagiotis