Four Fresno State philosophy students will present their best work at “Voicing Ideas” from 2 to 5 p.m. Friday, April 28, in Room 172 of the Kremen Education Building.

“Voicing Ideas” is an annual undergraduate student conference highlighting the work of the philosophy students of California State University, Fresno.

In this competitive, faculty-reviewed event, student papers of scholarly distinction are presented in a friendly, engaging forum that promotes dialogue and critical reflection on topics in philosophy and religious studies.

Here are the students who will present and their topics:

  • Arjun Mann, “Artificial Intelligence: Why it Deserves Human Rights”
  • Amy Gage, “Religion and Ecology: What Pluralism Can Do for the Survival of the Environment”
  • Katreena Duback, “The Ethical Classroom”
  • David Majors, “The pragmatic and existential value of the Buddha’s path to end suffering”