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Philosophy in the Community

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Feb 14, 2020

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.

What is Socialism? The Past and the Future of an Ideal  by Pierre-Francois Noppen

Date: Feb. 14 2020
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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