Believe it or not, we can encounter philosophical issues when thinking about mundane matters such as pot-luck suppers and ungrateful grandchildren. We will see how this happens, considering how varying assumptions and values point to philosophical questions. Examples for discussion will be posed by participants who may draw from personal experience, fiction, history, or news.
Alternate Wednesday afternoons 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Oct. 4, 18,
Nov. 1, 15 and 29. Please, no drop-ins.
Minimum: 6 - Maximum: 14 Participants.
Beugin Hall, Rosedale Community Centre, 901 11 Ave. N.W.
To register*, contact Sel Healy email@example.com
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Trudy Govier recently retired as Professor of Philosophy at the University of Lethbridge. She is the author of many papers and books, including Socrates’ Children, God the Devil and the Perfect Pizza, and Forgiveness and Revenge. Trudy has successfully facilitated a number of different groups for CALL
Sel Healy is a former teacher who has been active in several community groups including the Center for Inquiry and the Apeiron Society for the Practice of Philosophy