SoPhiA

Students of Philosophy Association, Concordia University

Welcome (or Welcome Back) Concordia Philosophy Students

The new school year is upon us. We hope you are all looking foward to philosophy at Concordia this year. Keep an eye out for Sophia events, socials, lecture series and more. If you would to follow us more closely then here on our (infrequently) updated website, click here to go to our mailing list [...]

Winter Update

Hello Concordia Philosophy Undergraduates, All our available financial documents and meeting minutes are now up to date, so you can now scrutinize our descisions extra closely. If you are not already aware this website is not frequently updates, at least as compared to our Facebook page. So if you have facebook, and want to keep [...]

Slavoj Žižek – What does it mean to be a revolutionary today?

SoPhiA Workshops

October the 29th from 2-3 pm there will be a workshop given by our very own Graduate student, Brendan Dean, about philosophy writing. The main focus will be on thesis statements and logical arguments. This is extremely useful for any of you who are having trouble with the technical aspect of writing philosophy papers. Both [...]

Robert Boyle’s to-do list

Among other things, Robert Boyle, scientist (there’s a law named after him) and inventor, hoped science would achieve: dentures hair dye plastic “attaining gigantick dimensions” psychedelic drugs scratch ‘n’ sniff You can view his original manuscript at the Royal Society’s History of Science Centre’s blog.

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