The DLP (Deviant Logic Posse) was founded a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away (well, at UMASS Dartmouth) by Prof. Charlie Donahue and several students interested in Non-Classical Logic. This informal group has expanded over the years, becoming something of an institution and a part of the Philosophy Department's efforts to corrupt the youth. The DLP is an active, student-centered group that meet weekly to discuss papers in the area of Non-Classical logic. Typically, members have studied logic in PHL 110, but the group is open to all students (undergraduate and graduate), faculty and staff interested in advancing their understanding of logic at an advanced level. DLP student members serve as tutors for students studying logic in PHL 110. The DLP has hosted events, symposia and guest speakers featuring logicians including Graham Priest, Zach Weber, Agustin Rayo, Richard Heck, Colin Caret to name a few.
This semester there are three DLP meetings every Wednesday (meeting scheduling needs). There are 10:00 AM and 11:00 AM meetings at the UMD Writing Center and there is a 6:30/7:00 PM meeting in LARTS room 113.
Graham Priest (CUNY Graduate Center, University of Melbourne) Live Skype Session
Tuesday, April 24 6:00 – 7:00 PM LARTS 111
Preparation Review: Monday April 23 6:30 – 7:15 LARTS 113
Charlie Donahue, Graham Priest & Jc Beall: The Ways of Deviance
Friday, November 4
3:00 - 6:00 PM
Charlton College of Business room 115