Students of Philosophy Association, Concordia University

MIWHP – Ursula Goldenbaum – Spinozism in 18th-Century Germany and the Question of Jewish Emancipation

Location: Thomson House of McGill University For its opening session of 2010, the Montreal Interuniversity Workshop in the History of Philosophy is very pleased to present Professor Ursula Goldenbaum (Department of Philosophy, Emory University) “Spinozism in 18th-Century Germany and the Question of Jewish Emancipation” The meeting will take place Tuesday, January 19, 6-8 PM, in [...]

Media@McGill – Chris Marsden – Network Neutrality: Towards Medium Law

Location: Ferrier 230 (McGill U.) Abstract: Net neutrality is the subject of regulatory decisions in Canada and the United States, and legislation across the European Union, but the details of enforcement remain vague if not obscure. Based on his recent (January 2010) book on the subject and those recent decisions, Chris Marsden argues that we should [...]

MIWHP – Daryn Lehoux – Of Miracles and Mistaken Theories

The Montreal Interuniversity Workshop in the History of Philosophy and the History and Philosophy of Science Group, sponsored by the McGill Philosophy Department, present Daryn Lehoux (Queen’s University) “Of Miracles and Mistaken Theories” [Roman Science] Friday, 22 January, 10:30-12:30 AM Thomson House, 3650 McTavish Room 404 You will find the text of his presentation here: [...]


The following talks will each occur at 20:30 in Room 104 of 2149 Mackay. We’ll be heading out to a pub for informal discussion afterward. Hope to see you there!! January 12 – Professor Peter Grogono, Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering at Concordia Peter Grogono came to Concordia in 1976. He joined the [...]

Call for Papers – GPSA – 7th Annual Philosophy Conference

Call for Papers Concordia Graduate Philosophy Students’ Association’s 7th Annual Philosophy Conference April 17 – 18, 2010 Concordia University, Montreal, QC Keynote Speaker: Dr. Brian Keenan (University of Winnipeg) What is Philosophy Anyway?: A Conference on the Method, Object and Purpose of Philosophical Inquiry

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