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Philosophy colloquia series to resume

As part of its fall 2014-spring 2015 colloquia series, the philosophy department in the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences will present lectures by faculty members from Cornell and Columbia universities. Both talks are open free to the public.

Karen Bennett, a professor in Cornell University’s Sage School of Philosophy, will lead the first colloquium Feb. 6 at 3:30 p.m. in Room 205S of Peabody Hall.

On Feb. 13, Frederick Neuhouser, a professor of philosophy in Columbia University’s Barnard College, will lead the colloquium “Social Ontology and the Possibility of Pathology.” Part of the Scott and Heather Kleiner Lecture Series, Neuhouser’s talk will be followed by a reception.