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Philosophy major Mel Zens presents a paper at the Humphrey Colloquium

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Melanie Zens, Philosophy Major

Mel Zens, a Philosophy major and German minor, is set to present her paper titled “Is the Interaction Problem Really a Problem? Descartes’ Dualism and Kim’s Pairing Problem” at a colloquium in Kentucky.

The Steven Humphrey Undergraduate Philosophy Colloquium is an annual conference which brings undergraduate students together from throughout North America to present papers and listen to a prominent keynote speaker. Professor Alyssa Ney, who specializes in metaphysics, philosophy of science, philosophy of mind, and logic will conclude the conference on November 3rd.

To see a list of other students' papers, visit the colloquium's web page.