Monthly Archives: May 2012

[30 may] DPS meeting: Is the Myers-Briggs test an accurate measure of personality?

Deakin Philosophical Society meeting Is the Myers-Briggs test an accurate measure of personality? Wednesday 30 May from 5-6.30pm in ib3.307 on the Waurn Ponds campus Following our discussion last week of the question ‘What is intelligence?’ and debate over the … Continue reading

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[23 May] DPS meeting, ‘What is intelligence?’

Deakin Philosophical Society meeting What is intelligence? Wednesday 23 May from 5-6.30pm in ib3.307 on the Waurn Ponds campus This week the Deakin Philosophical Society will discuss the question ‘What is intelligence?’ Here are two articles that may get you … Continue reading

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[29 May] Dr Peter Woelert, ‘Why Technology is not an “Extension of the Body”‘

Deakin University seminar Dr Peter Woelert (Melbourne) presents ‘Why Technology is not an “Extension of the Body”’ Tuesday 29 May from 3.30-5pm in C2.05 on Deakin University’s Burwood campus ABSTRACT The thesis that (human) technology constitutes an ‘extension of the … Continue reading

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[30 May] Phil Cafe: Dr Amy Nethery, ‘Immigration Detention, Punishment, the Constitution, and a Bill of Rights’

May Philosophy Café Dr Amy Nethery presents ‘Immigration Detention, Punishment, the Constitution, and a Bill of Rights’ Wednesday 30 May from 7-9pm at The Barking Dog hotel ABSTRACT Immigration detention is a form of administrative detention. The constitution allows the … Continue reading

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