UNCA's Philosophy Lecture Series Discusses
the Nature of Evil
UNC Asheville will continue its contemporary philosophy community
lecture series at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 15, at UNCA's Kellogg Center,
11 Broyles Rd., Hendersonville. Gordon Wilson, UNCA chairman and
professor, will discuss "What is Evil and Why is There Evil?" An
open discussion will follow his talk.
The program is the fifth of the year-long, nine-part series
co-sponsored by UNCA's Philosophy Department and the Institute for Applied
Philosophy. The series, "Applying Philosophy," is designed to
foster discussion on philosophically significant issues of the day. All
events are open to the public. A donation of $5 will be suggested at the
The next lecture in the series will address "Morals and How We
Learn to Make Moral Choices" on February 5.
For driving directions, call the Kellogg Center at 828/890-2821. For
more information about the series, call the Institute for Applied
Philosophy at 828/891-5068.
- Dr. Gordon Wilson, UNCA Philosophy Department Chair, 828/251-6349
- Jill Yarnall, UNCA Public Information Assistant Director, 828/251-6526