Philosophy Senior Comps Presentations Thursday, February 20, 2020 Johnson Hall 203, 4:30 - 8:30pm


Event poster for Philosophy Senior Comps Presentation

Come join the Philosophy Department as the Seniors present their comps projects based on Death and the Afterlife by Samuel Scheffler! Refreshments will be served during the evening.

Presentations include: 

Jacob Eggert: "Confidence and Insecurity in the Realm of Value"

Farrah H. Kim: "What an Absurd Life Reveals about the Afterlife"

Michael Caballero: "The Reasonability of Fearing Death: Subjective versus Objective Reasoning"

Henrik De La Torre: "How Can We Dance at the End of the World?" 

Samuel Ritmeester-Loy: "We're all in this Together: Losing Individualism in the face of Death" 

Seaton Crossman: "Death, Anxiety and the Self: An Examination of the Impact Personal and Cultural Perspectives on Identity and the fear of Death"

Elena Kamila Neale: "What's love got to do with it? A Complementary Approach to Strengthening Moral Vision"

Alex Madrigal Harrison: "The Value of Interpersonal Relationships in Death and the Afterlife" 

Otto Martin Altmann: "The Unresolved Role of Egoism in Death and the Afterlife"