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Philosophy in the Community

Posted in Arts & Culture, Politics & Society
Nov 8, 2019

Philosophy in the Community is a lecture and discussion series organized by the Department of Philosophy to share the rewards and pleasures of philosophical reflection.

A community lecture and discussion series organized by the Department of Philosophy to share the rewards and pleasures of philosophical reflection.

Buddhist Reflections on Forgiveness by Emer O’Hagan

Date: Nov. 8, 2019
Time: 7–9 pm
Location: The Refinery, Emmanuel Anglican Church (Basement), 609 Dufferin Ave.
Cost: Free
Info: emer.ohagan@usask.ca

 


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