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CHAUTAUQUA: Matt Pianalto "Finding Time for Patience in a Busy World"

Matthew Pianalto is professor of philosophy at EKU. He teaches introductory ethics, philosophy, animal ethics and environmental ethics, as well as honors rhetoric and topical seminars such as “Sound and Sense: How Music Means” with the Honors Program. He is the author of the philosophical monograph, "On Patience," published by Lexington Books in 2016, plus 20 articles and essays. His essay on “Moral Courage and Facing Others” was selected as the winner of the inaugural Robert Papazian Annual Essay Prize on Themes from Ethics and Political Philosophy by the International Journal of Philosophical Studies in 2012. His piece on “Ethics Beyond Sentience” was included in The Chautauqua Journal, Vol. 1, 2016. Pianalto was recognized as an EKU Critical Thinking Teacher of the Year in 2015.

Event Date: March 05  7:30 p.m.  Location: O'Donnell Hall, Whitlock Building  Cost: Free
Contact Information: Erik Liddell, 622-2267

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