ASU philosophy club
Graduate studies at Western
|Abstract||ASU's Philosophy Club is dedicated to discussion of philosophical topics. We're open to any interested parties (even if you're not a Philosophy major!), so feel free to attend any of our meetings. We discuss topics of interest to our members, especially topics which might not be discussed, or might not be discussed in as much depth, in the ordinary classroom setting. We're always open to suggestions for future meetings.|
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