Tag Archives: philosophy

What’s wrong with Christian films

I confess that I had God’s Not Dead here this weekend but I didn’t watch it. I’ll borrow it again at some point, I promise. I’ve been on a Community kick lately and opted to watch that instead. I was … Continue reading

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Young adult author: robots help youth think about ethics

I’d say Jack Heath is correct to say so. I’ve never heard of him but his new book Replica sounds like something I’d enjoy reading. He doesn’t just promote his book in the piece, though: The meaningful distinctions between human … Continue reading

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CFI-Saskatoon thanks Pastor Sandra Beardsall for a fantastic talk on feminism and the United Church

Don’t you all wish you were in Saskatoon and members of this awesome group? It was terrific. Sadly koinosuke couldn’t be at today’s meet but she’s the one who contacted the Pastor about talking to us so I promised I’d … Continue reading

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“Skepticism and the Fate of Philosophy”

Those in and around Saskatoon can head over to the St. James Church Basement tonight for another Philosophy in the Community session. Professor Anthony Jenkins will be discussing this issue. (Breaks added) Philosophy has, throughout its past, been profoundly marked … Continue reading

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Random quotes for lack of other ideas

“A hidden connection is stronger than an obvious one.” — Heraclitus of Ephesus “One’s philosophy is not best expressed in words; it is expressed in the choices one makes … and the choices we make are ultimately our responsibility.” — … Continue reading

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2 debates worth noting

Locally, at least. Last night there was a debate going on in Regina regarding religion and faith. I don’t know all the details of what went on in terms of arguments but tonight there’s another one here in Saskatoon at … Continue reading

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The nature of character

This is the part two I promised I’d write yesterday. Part one had to do with morality and how it seems to be culturally determined and socially enforced. Professor Emer O’Hagan’s talk last night was titled “Do We Lack Moral … Continue reading

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