From the Philosophy Department

The purpose of the Philosophy Club is to provide students a platform to openly discuss the philosophical roots and implications of various issues seen in today’s world. Members will develop a firmer understanding of their own philosophical principles through active and
in-depth discussions about the issues they care about. This club is open to all students attending UW-La Crosse. If interested, please contact Marcus Reed-Thorsen via email at



Philosophy kudos

Daniel Schneider

Daniel Schneider, Philosophy, authored the chapter "A Spinozistic answer to Molyneux’s question" in Molyneux’s Question and the History of Philosophy published on Jan. 1 by Routledge.

Submitted on: Mar. 30, 2021

Mary Krizan

Mary Krizan, Philosophy, authored the chapter "Transformation and Alteration in On Generation and Corruption II.5”" in Aristotle’s On Generation and Corruption II and was accepted for publication by Cambridge University Press.

Submitted on: Mar. 30, 2021

Samuel Cocks and Steven Simpson

Samuel Cocks, Philosophy, and Steven Simpson, Provost's Office, co-authored the chapter "Leisure and the Dao " in The Palgrave Handbook of Leisure Theory published on April 20, 2017 by Palgrave Macmillan UK.

Submitted on: April 21, 2017