Titus-Hepp Lecture

Honoring two legends of Denison philosophy
Titus-Hepp Lecture

The Harold H. Titus-Maylon H. Hepp Lectureship is a Philosophy Department series that honors Harold H. Titus-Maylon H. Hepp, Lecturers in Philosophy. The Titus-Hepp series is an endowed lectureship that honors these two past Denison professors who jointly contributed over 63 years of prominent academic service to the philosophy department.

Here are just a few notable speakers from past years:

  • Roger Cherry, author of “The Odd Couple Does Athens: Ancient Greek Philosophy and the Origins of Rhetoric.”
  • Steven Vogel, Denison professor & author of “Thinking Like a Mall”
  • Joel Richeimer, author of “Rethinking Movie Magic: A Pragmatist Approach”

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