The Philosophy Program at A&M University - Corpus Christi offers the Minor (18 hrs.) and the Major (30 hrs.) in Philosophy. Please do not hesitate to contact us should you have any questions about studying philosophy.

Philosophy Club Meeting

04/26/2017 7:00 pm
04/26/2017 9:00 pm

Good Morning, Philosophy Club Members!

Assess the following question:  If Morality is subjective, then no moral code is more correct than another.

Join us next Wednesday, April 26th at 7:00 PM, in CI 122 for Pizza and our weekly discussion on the above topic!

See you all then!

Nicholas Vela

Club Historian.

Philosophy Club Meeting: "Would you kill One to save Five?"

04/19/2017 7:00 pm
04/19/2017 9:00 pm

Good Morning Philosophy Club members!

Join us Tonight in CI 122 at 7:00 pm for our weekly discussion!

Nicholas Vela
Club Historian

Philosophy Club Meeting: "What is Beauty?"

04/05/2017 7:00 pm
04/05/2017 9:00 pm
Join us on April 5th at 7:00 PM in CI 122 for a discussion.  This weeks topic?
"What is Beauty?"
We look forward to seeing you!
~Nicholas Vela

Sociology Talk: Dr. Sandra George O'Neil

04/06/2017 12:30 pm
04/06/2017 1:45 pm

Dr. Sandra George O'Neil, "Climate and Environmental Justice Movements in the Age of Trump"

Bell Library, 2nd Floor

Thursday, April 6

12:30 - 1:45

Philosophy Club Meeting

03/22/2017 7:00 pm
03/22/2017 9:00 pm

This Wednesday will be our next Philosophy Club meeting inside Center for Instruction 122 at 7:00pm. We will be discussing if identity can be maintained over time and how we can measure the value of a human life.

See y'all soon!

Jasmine DeLeon
Philosophy Club President
Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi

Philosophy Club Meeting

02/15/2017 7:00 pm
02/15/2017 9:00 pm


This week's meeting will be on Wednesday, February 15th, inside Center for Instruction 122! We'll be discussing if governments have the same moral duties/obligations that individuals within a society do. We'll also be talking about the first episode in the first season of Black Mirror, which we will use to direct our discussion of government.

Lastly, if you thought that what Berkich was talking about last Thursday was gibberish, we'll be staying behind to discuss Turing Machines!

See you Wednesday!

Jasmine DeLeon

Philosophy Club President

Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi

Philosophy Club Meeting

02/08/2017 7:00 pm
02/08/2017 9:00 pm

Good Morning!

This Wednesday, February 8th, will be our first Philosophy Club meeting of the semester. Please join us in Center for Instruction 122 at 7pm as we discuss the role philosophy plays in the age of science.

This semester we're also going to start discussing current philosophy courses at the university. So, if you're having difficulty understanding a concept, come to Philosophy Club and we'll talk it out!

See you Wednesday!

Jasmine DeLeon
Philosophy Club President
Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi

2017 Colorado Summer Seminar in Philosophy

The University of Colorado, Boulder is now accepting applications for the 2017 Colorado Summer Seminar in Philosophy.
The Colorado Summer Seminar in Philosophy is intended for outstanding advanced undergraduates who are considering graduate school in philosophy. The aim is to introduce students to the atmosphere of a graduate-level seminar, giving them a chance to explore their philosophical abilities and interests before they commit to a graduate program.
Review of applications will begin on March 1 and will continue until all available positions are filled.

There is no application form.

Applicants should provide the following:

  • A cover letter including your name, mailing address, email address, and an account of who you are and why you are interested in the program.
  • A letter of recommendation from someone who has taught you philosophy. The letter should address the quality of your contributions to class discussion and your ability to interact productively with other students as well as the quality of your written work for the class.
  • A copy of your college transcript. (An unofficial copy is fine.)
  • A short philosophical essay. (The shorter the better; ordinarily, it should be something written for a class.)

Electronic submission of materials is strongly preferred. Applicants should send the cover letter, transcript and essay in pdf or Word format to the Director of the Seminar, David Boonin, at

For more information, visit the summer seminar's webpage at:

Logic SI Jesse Slaten

Finding entailment elusive? Validity vexing? Fallacies foolish?

Are you dubious about deduction? Puzzled by proofs?

Are disjunctions distracting? Conjunctions confusing? Conditionals confounding?

Our Supplemental Instructor, Jesse Slaten, is highly qualified, enormously patient, amazingly clear, and eager to help all students of PHIL 2303 (including honors!)

His hours at CASA are:

TR 5:00 - 7:00
MW 9:00 - Noon

Don't wait until the day before an exam to get his help! Take some time each week to visit Jesse and get help with the problems.

Call for Undergraduate Papers: Ephemeris

Have you a paper which garnered particularly enthusiastic feedback? You might consider polishing it and submitting it for publication:

Ephemeris 2016​ is now available in print.​

Ephemeris is an undergraduate journal of philosophy that is student-run and dedicated to publishing exceptional undergraduate writing grounded in the distinct value and interest of the philosophical endeavor.

Contributions: Contributions are solicited in all areas of the philosophical discipline. Contributions should take the form of essay, article, or short note. Review articles are welcome. Please include a short abstract describing the thesis of the paper and main conclusions.

Submission: Be sure to include your name, postal and email addresses, and the university or college in which you are enrolled as an undergraduate.

Please send your work and any correspondence to You should receive a confirmation of receipt shortly thereafter.

Submission deadline is February 13th, 2017.

For more information about Ephemeris and submission guidelines, please visit our website at

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