Think Tank - Pacific's Student Philosophy Club
Think Tank is a student-run club for philosophy majors, minors and anyone else who has an interest in talking about philosophy. Membership is free. There is a Think Tank event almost every week during the academic year.
Previous activities have included:
- A weekly informal discussion at Java Aroma. Some of the many topics were:
- Where does morality come from?
- What is art?
- Is the mind in the brain?
- Does God exist?
- A viewing of "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" at the Pacific Theater, followed by a discussion led by Professor Rennard
- The Philosopher Dinner in the Redwood Room, featuring food from Papapavlo's Mediterranean Bistro
- A two-day trip by students to the Pacific Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association (APA) in San Francisco
- An end-of-the-year barbeque at Professor Rennard's home
- A continuation of the weekly discussion at Java Aroma
- At least one Film & Discussion at the Pacific Theater
- A Think Tank dinner
- Guest speakers
- Local alumni addressing the value of the philosophy degree
- Presentations by faculty and students
- Presentations by regional philosophers
- Field trips to the APA Pacific Meeting
- End-of-the-year barbeque
For more information, go to the Think Tank's Facebook page.
The famed Monty Python skit "Internationale Philosophie"