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Madelyn

24
May

Philosophy Club

Ethics and philosophy tend to intertwine constantly. One question that a lot of people debate is whether there is a situation when it is ethically okay to kill someone. This week, Henry Foster will be leading a conversation about the connection between the anime Demon Slayer and the ethics of taking someone’s life. Is killing a demon ethically okay? Does

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17
May

Philosophy Club

Ethics and philosophy tend to intertwine constantly. One question that a lot of people debate is whether there is a situation when it is ethically okay to kill someone. This week, Henry Foster will be leading a conversation about the connection between the anime Demon Slayer and the ethics of taking someone’s life. Is killing a demon ethically okay? Does

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10
May

Philosophy Club

This week in philosophy club, Tyler Johnson will be presenting on the philosophies of wars! Join us after school Wednesday in room 107 or online (classroom code: lhow67c) to be a part of this wonderful discussion.

19
Apr

Philosophy Club

A lot of people ponder about why there are bad people in the world. Are villains created or is it just fate? Does this make them truly evil or are they unable to control their future? Join us after school on Wednesday in room 107 or online (classroom code: Ihow67c) to partake in a conversation on whether villains in media

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12
Apr

Philosophy Club

There are many things that talk about synthetic life, but this week our presenter will be talking about the game Nier: Automata. Is synthetic life valid as actual life? Join us Wednesday after school in room 107 or online (classroom code: lhow67c) to discuss the validity of synthetic life!

5
Apr

Philosophy Club

Have you every thought about the differences between generations? Over time, as humans get older and more things are created, the gap in generations continues to grow. Join us after school on Wednesday in room 107 or online (classroom code: Ihow67c) to talk about whether human knowledge, and technology, advancing is good or bad when it comes to generations.

29
Mar

Philosophy Club

Have you ever thought about the possibility that everything around you is a simulation? Or have you thought about how it would be possible for our life to be like The Matrix? No matter your answer, if you think you would enjoy discussing the Sim Theory you should join us after school on Wednesday in room 107 or online (Classroom

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8
Mar

Philosophy Club

In 1844, Samuel Morse dispatched the first ever telegraphic message: “What Hath God Wrought?” While time has moved on from Morse’s invention, we’re still working on the answer to his query. This week in philosophy club, we’ll pose another question: What do wifi lightbulbs, Lululemon, and Mark Zuckerberg all tell you about life in the 21st century? And how does

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22
Feb

Philosophy Club

This week at philosophy club we will be discussing memetics! The images and memes that we spread around in the present day all have roots in the past. How did we traverse the paradox that is creating a concept that is both only supposed to be known by a niche community but is also meant to include large common denominators

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15
Feb

Philosophy Club

Come to philosophy club this Wednesday, February 16 at 2:30 in Mr. Riggs room to talk about Artificial Intelligence. Can AI truly be as intelligent as a human being? If AI continuously gets more intelligent, at what point do we give them the same rights that humans have? Stop by and share your thoughts on these questions and more. If

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