Cory Aragon, Associate Professor in Concordia’s Philosophy Department, is leaving at the end of the academic year for a position in California. Aragon’s new job is at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, also known as Cal Poly Pomona. Aragon has taught at Concordia for three years. He replaced retired professorContinue Reading

Philosophical discussion was a campus priority Oct. 16 with the first inaugural Carus Lecture. The Carus Lectureship was created in recognition of the funds given by Alwin C. Carus and M. Elizabeth Carus to the college. Dr. Jonathan Lear of the University of Chicago presented the talk “To Become HumanContinue Reading

Hey party people! If you are at all like me you count down the days you get to go home and sleep in your not-twin bed and play a little game called philosophy-is-too-a-major! And maybe, if you are like me a little bit, you get to be a little defensiveContinue Reading