The Denver Project for Humanistic Inquiry, or D-phi, aims to enrich Denver’s intellectual and cultural life through programs designed to reframe our perspectives, challenge our assumptions, and stimulate dialogue about human thought, history, science, art and culture. D-phi organizes roundtable discussions, art exhibits, film screenings, theatrical performances, and lectures centered on major themes, issues or questions of abiding human concern. We host both local and international experts, artists, and some of the 'greatest minds of our time.' 

The Denver Project for Humanistic Inquiry offers free tickets to students - email dphi@msudenver.edu to RSVP

4/25/19

Philosophy on Stage

East High School

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4/25/19

Philosophy on Stage

This event, specifically designed to engage local high school students, will involve a performance by the Buntport Theater Company, followed by a conversation led by a group of philosophers. (Generously supported by an American Philosophical Association’s “Philosophy in the Public Square” Grant."

East High School

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Appearance and Reality: The History of Perception

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Denver Museum of Nature & Science

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Appearance and Reality: The History of Perception

This panel, inspired by the Denver Museum of Nature and Science’s upcoming exhibit on “Our Senses,” will include local experts from various fields—including cognitive science, philosophy of mind and intellectual history. We will explore the fascinating history of theories of human perception and our ever-changing understanding of the relationship between appearance and reality.

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Denver Museum of Nature & Science

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