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Philosophy News


Experienced nonviolent activist and author to speak at Lycoming College

Lycoming College is pleased to welcome activist George Lakey for a talk on successful student movements. The event will take place in Heim G11 on Wednesday, Oct. 2, at 3:15 p.m., and is free and open to the public.

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Philosophy professor publishes celebration of U.S. republic

Robert Jacques, Ph.D., an adjunct professor of philosophy at Lycoming College, recently released an unprecedented portrait of the U.S. in his book “The Republic” this month.

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Robert Jacques, Ph.D., publishes novel

Robert Jacques, Ph.D., adjunct philosophy faculty member at Lycoming College, recently published "The Cat Who Loved Beethoven,” a fact-based novel with allegorical insights into the perennial problems of philosophy centering around a family who discovers where home is.

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