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Clarification on the Project

Dear Students,

Just to clarify, the photo is printed on an 8.5 x 11 photo paper while the narrative essay will be printed on a separate 8.5 x 11 bond paper.

Thank you.

Please be guided.

Dr. Jeane


Consutation Day Today March 23, 2017

Dear students,

I am available for consultation today from 130-430 PM at the Philosophy Department, 4th Floor Faculty Center.

See you.


For the Activity on Friday, March 17

Have you registered?

poster5th pink bag series

Midterm Project

This contemporary reimagination of Plato’s Allegory of the Cave is multilayered. I feel that it reveals a lot about Filipino Millenials’ frame of mind that goes beyond the theme, depression.


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Free Cut for PHILOPE and INTFILO March 13, 2017

My dear students,

I apologize for the late announcement.  I will be attending the opening of the Asean University Network Institutional Assessment activity today, from 9 AM onwards.  The QA activity will run until Thursday. This is part of my job as Chair of the Philosophy Department.  Meanwhile, please make an early head start  on your final project.  For the guide questions, please refer to the attached PPT.New] Ways of Seeing.

To those who missed the Big Lecture, attend the activity on March 17, 2017. Details are below:

The Philosophy Department

In cooperation with

The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Innovation

In the celebration of the International Women’s Month


The 5th Pink Bag Series

Public Lecture on

“Redesigning, Reimagining Work-life Balance: An Engineer’s Perspective”

By Dr. Rosemary Seva

University Fellow and Former Dean of the Gokongwei College of Engineering, DLSU

On March 17, 2017

9:30 AM-12:00 NN

European Documentation Center

13th Floor, The Learning Commons

Henry Sy Hall

To register, go to the link: Limited slots are available.  You can also earn extra points through this.

Thank you for your understanding and usual cooperation.

Sincerely yours,

Dr. Jeane