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Welcome to Clark University SPLASH!

Our next Splash event will be April 07, 2024!

ESP Biography

ANDREW M, Clark Junior studying physics and philosophy

Major: Physics and Philosophy

College/Employer: Clark

Year of Graduation: 2014

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Past Classes

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H83: Philosophy: Ethics in Splash Spring 2013 (Apr. 20, 2013)
Ethics is the branch of philosophy that is primarily concerned with questions about what it means to be a good person, and what makes an action right or wrong. We will explore some of the most popular ethical theories in contemporary thinking.

H45: Philosophy: The Problem of Free Will in Splash Fall 12 (Nov. 10, 2012)
The problem of free will is intertwined with some of the most fundamental issues in philosophy: morality, punishment and legal theory, how the universe functions, and what it means to have a mind and be human. The problem itself is straightforward: do we have any ultimate control over our personalities and actions, or are we forced by our nature and upbringing to act in particular ways? The class will explore different responses to this problem.

H25: Ethics: How Do We Tell Right from Wrong? in Splash Spring 2012 (Apr. 21, 2012)
Come discuss what it means to be a good person and what we should value in life. The course is an introduction to the most important ideas about morality in the past 300 years, and will include friendly discussion and debate.