Fun at the Philosophy Reading Weekend

It has already been two weeks since we came back from our philosophy reading weekend. Like last year, we spent a weekend reading, cooking, discussing and talking. The general consensus was that Jason Stanley's "How Propaganda works" could have been a little shorter without losing much content - but especially the forth chapter was very…

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Join Us for the 2019 Graduate Student Workshop!

We are excited to invite you to the: 2019 Graduate Student Workshop Department of Philosophy University of Lethbridge Thursday, 11 April 2019 Room: UH D630 Schedule: 1:00-1:45pm Nicole Lokstadt: “The Trouble with Time Travel” 1:45-2:30pm Michaela Thompson: “Sexing Bodies: Socialized Conceptions of Sex” 2:30-2:45pm Break 2:45-3:30pm Jason Schultchen, “Most Likely Something Related to Deep Disagreements…

The WCPA is coming to Lethbridge

We are very excited, because today we sent out the call for papers for the 56th Conference of the Western Canadian Philosophical Association. The WCPA conference is coming to Lethbridge!   Call for Papers The 56th annual meeting of the Western Canadian Philosophical Association in conjunction with the 4th annual meeting of the Canadian Society…

Protest and Civil Disobedience Workshop- Schedule

Interdisciplinary Workshop on Protest and Civil Disobedience March 29, 2019 AH100 and AH176, 10 AM – 3:30PM 10:00AM- 11:00AM AH100: Candice Delmas: “In Defense of Uncivil Disobedience” Coffee Break AH100 AH176 11:45AM-12:20 PM Sahra Nodge: “The Natural Duty to Justice:  Indigenous Direct Action and the Duty to Resist.” Paul McKenzie- Jones: “In Violation of Whose…

Our Student Conference Will Take Place This Friday – Here is the Schedule!

Such Excitement! Such Joy! Such Anticipation! Such Gratefulness to Karl Laderoute for Organizing!   2019 Student Conference Department of Philosophy, University of Lethbridge Friday, March 1   10;30-11:15          Coffee and refreshments available in AH 175 11:15-11:45 Arman Naghshineh, “Questioning the Search for Truth: Why Ancient Skepticism is Useful for Solving the Hysteria of Truth Seeking”…