Michael Pace, Ph.D., assistant professor, Department of Philosophy, Wilkinson College, has an article appearing in the most recent issue of Pacific Philosophical Quarterly. “Perceptual Foundational Justification and the Problem of the Speckled Hen” criticizes several prominent theories of how experiences give us knowledge of the world. (The criticism involves a thought experiment about seeing a hen with many speckles.) He then defends a novel theory of perceptual knowledge that solves the problem.
This past fall, Daniel Godes (’21, Business Administration major and CCI minor) was approached by Creative and Cultural Industries Assistant Professor, Dr. Jamie Larkin to help create buzz about the relatively new CCI program, Godes’s concept – to create a student club, but one that would be a little different from your typical clubs across
To cap off the spring 2020 semester, the Office of Student Engagement held an extraordinary version of the annual Campus Leadership Awards. Over the course of an hour, the @lifeatcu Instagram account built suspense by slowly releasing videos of Dean of Students Jerry Price revealing the award recipients. It had members of the entire Chapman