060: Ep56 – Inclusion and Philosophy

Philosophy Bakes Bread radio show and podcast

Grace Cebrero.In this fifty-sixth episode of the Philosophy Bakes Bread radio show and podcast, Anthony and Eric talk with Grace Cebrero, a rising star in philosophy, a graduate of Mount Saint Mary’s University, and an alumna of the Philosophy in an Inclusive Key Summer Institute. We talk with Grace about “Inclusion and Philosophy.”

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Grace has worked as a research intern for a professor at MSMU and has been recognized a number of times in impressive ways. She was a leader on campus, furthermore, having revived Mount Saint Mary’s Philosophy Club known as “The Seekers.” She has been recognized as a University of Michigan Compass Scholar and as an Iris Marion Young Fellow in the PIKSI program at Penn State University. She received two Mount Saint Mary’s President’s Awards, including the Mother Margaret Mary Brady Founder’s Award and the Sister Dolorosa Alumnae Courage Award. She’s also won two awards from the Philosophy department. She is pursuing graduate study next and was greatly inspired and encouraged by her experience in the PIKSI program. We ask Grace about that, but also more generally about inclusion and exclusion in philosophy education.

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(1 hr 4 mins)

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Notes

  1. Plato, Parmenides.
  2. The Philosophy in an Inclusive Key Summer Institutes (PIKSI) program, with application deadline of January 31st.
  3. Robert Sanchez and Carlos Sanchez, Mexican Philosophy in the 20th Century: Essential Readings (New York: Oxford University Press, 2017).

 

You Tell Me!

For our future “You Tell Me!” segments, Grace posed the following questions in this episode:

Is it more important that we have “the best people” or a nice variety of people at the table? For an example, consider conferences and publishers, in terms of what they choose, include, and exclude.

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