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Department of Philosophy

Success at Philosophy of Five Points

On Friday, November 17th the Department of Philosophy in collaboration with ColaLove and the Five Points Assocation hosted Philosophy of Five Points. Community members were invited to local businesses in Five Points for interactive art and philosophy installations. Over 300 community members, 11 local businesses, and over a dozen local artists participated. 

Department Chair, Matthew Kisner, was interviewed by local News19. During the interview, Kisner discussed the motivation for the event, saying "We want people to think about Five Points as not just a place to go and drink on a Friday night, but a place that's integrated with the University and surrounding neighborhoods, and it's a place where you can come with your family, and it's a place where you can come to think." You can watch the interview and read more about how Philosophy of Five Points went here.

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