Aesthetics Reading Group (Professor Lydia Goehr):
The Columbia University Faculty-Student Aesthetics Group meets once a week (more or less) to discuss papers, chapters, themes, and topics pertaining to aesthetics, social theory, and the arts. All approaches and methods are discussed in an open and critical environment. Faculty, graduate students and visitors passing through town are welcome, though membership and attendance should be approved by Professor Lydia Goehr (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Ancient Greek Reading Group
The Greek Reading Group meets weekly for 2 hours, usually in Philosophy Hall. This group is attended by graduate students from philosophy, classical studies and interested persons, not limited to Columbia students. The group is presently translating sections from Aristotle's Metaphysics. We work patiently with the Greek text and translate during our sessions and anyone with some facility with attic Greek is welcome to join us. For more details please write to, Usha Nathan email@example.com.
German Translation and Reading Group (Professor Frederick Neuhouser):
The German Translation and Reading Group meets on Thursdays from 6:30-8:00 pm. We read, translate, and discuss philosophical texts in the original German.
Formal Philosophy Reading Group (Professor Haim Gaifman):
The Formal Philosophy Group (FPG) at Columbia University is a faculty-student group dedicated to the study of the relation between formal methods and general philosophical investigation. FPG holds regular meetings throughout the academic year. For 2012-2013, the meetings cover a variety of topics in foundations of probability, rational choice, and games. A schedule of meetings can be found at FPG's website. Please direct further inquiries to Yang Liu (firstname.lastname@example.org).