The Undergraduate Philosophy Association announces the first annual Undergraduate Philosophy Conference, at which seven of our best thinkers present their research to an audience of like-minded peers, who are encouraged to ask questions, offer objections and engage in philosophic dialogue.
The presentations consider a variety of queries: Can thoughts be construed as actions, and do thoughts have moral weight? What exactly are the laws of nature? Does "fallacy" mean the same thing everywhere? How objective is mathematics?