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Student Activities in Philosophy

Students in Dr. Maier’s PHI 210 History of Western Philosophy (fall 2013). These students are studying the Pre-Socratics:


Welcome to Dr. List’s PHI 317 Contemporary Philosophy course (fall 2013). These students are studying Russell:


These enthusiastic students are enrolled in Dr. Kasper’s PHI 320 Philosophy of Religion course (fall 2013). They are working on Paley and Aquinas.



Josh Vaillancourt from Woven Meadows Farm in Saranac, NY visits Dr. Dixon’s PHI 360 Food Justice class to talk about the obstacles faced by small family farms to sell a “just product” (fall 2013):


Josh brought terrific homemade bread and cheese for the Food Justice class:


8 A.M.! Welcome to Henry Goldenberg’s PHI 102 Introduction to Philosophy course (fall 2013). These alert students are studying Plato’s Apology:


Dr. List takes his PHI 361 Nature, Culture, and the Hunt students on a field trip to Imperial Dam located on the Saranac River:

Another enthusiastic member of the hunting class:


Contact Information

For more information about the philosophy program at SUNY Plattsburgh please contact

Beth Dixon, Chair
Office: Champlain Valley Hall 306
Phone: (518) 564-2836
Email: [email protected]