The CSUN Student Philosophical Society (SPS) is a student-run philosophy club. It is as active as it is friendly. Students gather together to listen to a 45-minute presentation in a relaxed and informal setting. Faculty members and students alike are invited to give presentations on a topic of their choice; in the recent past, the topics have ranged from the possibility of time travel to the morality of euthanasia. Everyone on campus is welcome to attend these philosophy discussions (they are not just for philosophy majors), and everyone is encouraged to participate as much or as little as they wish. Although the CSUN SPS fosters a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere, it is very well organized. There is a faculty advisor who serves as the liaison between the club members and the Department of Philosophy: SPS Faculty Advisor: Abel Franco, email: . Check out the CSUN SPS Facebook page for more information!
Spring 2017 SPS Schedule of Events
Tuesday, February 7th -- Tylar Denson, Talk Topic: The Problem of Evolution in Human Nature, 5:30 pm - 6:30pm.
Tuesday, February 21st -- Tyler Pugeda, Talk Topic: On Consciousness: Demystifying Protoconsciousness in Defense of Panprotopsychism, 5:00pm - 6:30pm
Tuesday, March 7th -- TBA
Tuesday, March 28th -- TBA [Faculty Speaker]
Tuesday, April 4th -- Pedro Vargas Melchor, M.A., Talk Topic: Latin American Philosophy, 5:00pm - 6:30pm
Tuesday, April 25th -- SPS Elections, 5:00pm - 6:30pm