Introduction to Philosophy
Spring, 2000

==> Today in History <==

The following are the dates corresponding to the week numbers for the Spring semester, 2000:

Week
Number
Class Date
Notes
1
Jan. 20 Born this week: Benjamin Franklin, 1/17/1706; Francis Bacon, 1/22/1561
2
Jan. 27 Born this week: Virginia Woolf, 1/25/1882; Thomas Paine, 1/29/1737
3
Feb. 3 Born this week: Ayn Rand, 2/2/1905
4
Feb. 10 Valentine's day is next Monday. Born this week: Charles Dickens, 2/7/1812; Martin Buber, 2/8/1878; Charles Darwin, 2/12/1809
5
Feb. 17 Born this week: Jeremy Bentham, 2/15/1748
6
Feb. 24 Born this week: W.E.B. DuBois, 2/23/1868
7
Mar. 2 Born this week: Michel de Montaigne, 2/28/1533. Sat., March 4th is the TASP test.
8
Mar. 9 Born this week: George Berkeley, 3/12/1685
Mar. 16 SPRING BREAK. Born this week: Albert Einstein, 3/14/1879
9
Mar. 23
10
Mar. 30
11
Apr. 6 HONORS WEEK. Daylight Savings Time starts Sunday. The Honors Convocations is Wednesday, April 5th at 3pm. Born this week: Booker T. Washington, 4/5/1856; Jean-Baptiste Rousseau, 4/6/1671
12
Apr. 13 Friday, the 14th, is the last day to withdraw from a course. Born this week: Thomas Jefferson, 4/13/1743
13
Apr. 20 Today is Passover. Good Friday tomorrow. Easter is Sunday. Born this week: John Muir, 4/21/1838; Immanuel Kant, 4/22/1724; William Shakespeare, 4/23/1564
14
Apr. 27PACfest today (Thurs.) from 11 to 3. PAC closed tomorrow (Fri.) for Fiesta. TASP test Saturday the 29th.
15
May 4 Dead week. Born this week: Soren Kierkegaard, 5/5/1813; Sigmund Freud, 5/6/1856
16
May 11 Final Exams this week. Born this week: Dante Alighieri, 5/14/1265.


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