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Philosopher’s Café Series @ McGill

February 10, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

Philosopher’s Café Series

“What do we mean by ‘nature’? Is nature a source of moral values?”
Moderated by Dr. George di Giovanni <http://george.digiovanni.ca/&gt; , McGill dpt of Philosophy

Date: Thursday, February 12th
Time: 5pm
Location: Thompson House basement (3650 McTavish)
Optional Reading: http://www.medicine.mcgill.ca/oslerweb/reading.html

A new dialogue series presented by the McGill Osler Society. A chance to debate, disagree and challenge each other on some of the critical issues of our time and some of the classic philosophical questions of all time.

Upcoming cafes (Thursdays, 5pm, Thompson House):

Feb 26 “Can culture make us crazy?” How does culture affect mental health?”
Moderated by Dr. Ian Gold, McGill dpt of Philosophy

March 5 “Is Gender in our bodies?”
Moderated by Dr. Marguerite Deslauriers, McGill dpt of Philosophy

March 12 “Black Humour: Good, Bad or Indifferent?”
Moderated by Dr. Jeff Wiseman, McGill dpt of Medicine

March 26 “Are we going extinct or exploding? How do we achieve a sustainable population?”
Moderated by Dr. Shelley Clark, McGill dpt of Sociology

April 2 “Should we care about health inequality? Whose responsibility is it?”
Moderated by Dr. Nicholas King, McGill dpt of Medicine, Bioethics Unit

Join the facebook event to keep up with the series!

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