Philosophy seniors Juliana Knot and Kate Poortenga will present their Philosophy honors papers.
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Juliana Knot, "Running out of Reasons to Give: a MacIntyrian Analysis of Cancel Culture"
This presentation will explain cancel culture in light of Alasdair MacIntyre's work After Virtue.
Juliana is a senior studying Philosophy, Mathematics, and German. She plans on a career in journalism.
Honors thesis directed by Professor Rebecca DeYoung.
Kate Poortenga, "Community Matters: Aristotle, Individuals, Communities, and Government"
Kate is a senior majoring in Economics and Philosophy. She will be pursuing a Master of Public Policy at the University of Chicago after graduation.
Honors thesis directed by Professor Micah Watson.