Video Archive

Fellow's Lectures




"When is a Pile a Heap?
Some thoughts on Moral Vagueness"

Lecture and discussion by Richard Gilmore,
IPPL Regional Fellow and Associated Professor of Philosophy, Concordia College.
Recorded, October 20, 2010



"300 Soldiers and the Ancient Olympic Games
Ethics and the clash at Thermopylae"

Lecture and discussion by Jesus Ilundain-Agurruza,
Visiting Fellow and Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Linfield College.
Recorded, October 14, 2010

Director's Presentation


"What is Philosophy?"
IPPL Director and WHY? Host Jack Weinstein
Interviewed on UND's Studio One, November 5, 2009



"Is Money All There Is?
Other Aspects of Lift in Adam Smith's Free Market"

IPPL Director and WHY? Host Jack Russell Weinstein
ND Humanities Council Remele Fellowship Presentation



"Should There Be Gun Control?
A Philosopher versus the N.R.A."
Jack Russell Weinstein, Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Institute for Philosophy in Public Life debates former National Rifle Association President Sandra Froman at the University of North Dakota School of Law. This debate was open to the public and audience questions follow. The debate was sponsored, and participants were chosen by the University of North Dakota School of Law's chapter of the Federalist Society.



"How should We Respond to Open-Carry Activists? Part 1
A video summarizing a debate on PQED, found here and here.

IPPL Director and WHY? Host Jack Russell Weinstein




"How Should We Respond to Open-Carry Activists? Part 2
A video summarizing a debate on PQED, found here and here.

IPPL Director and WHY? Host Jack Russell Weinstein