Cross-posted at The Phish from Vermont on Medium.com What happens when your classroom is a concert? To be honest, I’m not entirely sure, but I look forward to finding out […]
Check out the video announcement for the Philosophy School of Phish online class offered through Oregon State University! To take the class, contact OSU Enrollment Services and register for PHL 360: Philosophy & […]
Thank you, Jambase, for the coverage! The Philosophy School of Phish website is a work in progress, so I wasn’t expecting all the visitors quite yet, but I appreciate your interest. […]
Even if you’re not taking the online class, you can still participate in the Philosophy School of Phish. Follow this website for blog posts, announcements, and additional details.
Follow instructions for registering through OSU’s ecampus and enroll in PHL 360: Philosophy & the Arts (CRN 72453). Because this class is a special section of a regular course offering, […]
The Philosophy School of Phish course is offered through Oregon State University’s ecampus as PHL 360 (Philosophy and the Arts). Anyone can enroll in this class through OSU ecampus, even […]
If you were at the 2013 Madison Square Garden New Year’s run, you might have seen two books thrown on stage and then picked up by Trey. The books were: Friedrich […]
What’s the use of a philosophy class on Phish? Phish’s music, live performance, and fan engagement are brimming with philosophical ideas; their lyrics, Superball’s storage box jam and exhibit, and public accounts […]