Undergraduate Philosopher's Forum | Philosophy & Religion

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Undergraduate Philosopher's Forum

The UNT Philosopher's Forum is a student organization focused on bringing students and faculty from numerous disciplines together in dialogue about topics in the study of philosophy. This semester the Forum will feature student and faculty panels on a wide variety of issues such as Nuclear Technology, Women in Philosophy, and World Religion & Philosophy as well lively discussion. The Forum is associated with Phi Sigma Tau, the Philosophy honors society of UNT, and together these organizations will provide an outlet for students of philosophy to share their ideas with others and prepare them for careers in the study of philosophy.

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