Lecture Series: 

"Humanities in Community" 

Our 2021 in-person lectures continue in BOLZ A at 6 PM, usually on the 2nd Monday of each month (MASKS REQUIRED) -- but subject to changing dates and COVID protocols.   

(The above pertain only to the Fall-Spring semesters.

Note our related DISCUSSIONS in the section below. In all cases, verify date/times and current COVID-19 protocols by calling the GCC Reception Desk at 608-241-1574


NEXT (or current) Lecture

Most recent lectures 

(and some audio links to the latter)


Philosophy and 

Short Fiction alternate

on Tuesdays

at 10 AM

During Madison'd 9-month shool year, 10 AM Discussions on Tuesdays at the Goodman Center's Senior Library/Lounge alternate between SHORT STORIES with Dan Melton (but weekly during summer months) and Political PHILOSOPHY with Joseph Lynch, philosophy teacher at Madison College. 


Related documents follow below:


Logic -- Validity and Soundness
To be read with "Moral Reasoning in Applied Ethics"
Logic--Validity and Soundness.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [57.5 KB]
Elements of Moral Philosophy by James Rachels
Elements of Moral Philosophy_by James Ra[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [143.9 KB]
"Moral Reasoning in Applied Ethics" by Keith Allen Korcz
Also see the companion article on "Logic -- Validity and Soundness" .
Moral Reasoning in Applied Ethics.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [154.5 KB]

"There is nothing stable in the world; uproar's your only music."  John Keats