Interfaith, intercultural advocate finds a place to share and learn at Philosophers’ Cafés
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Thinking the unthinkable, imagining the impossible, and discussing the improbable
SFU’s Philosophers’ Café is a series of informal public discussions in the heart of our communities. Since 1998, this award-winning program has engaged the interests of scholars, seniors, students, philosophers, and non-philosophers through stimulating dialogue and the passionate exchange of ideas.
All cafés are free to attend. No registration is required.
April 27, 2015 | The Network Hub
Beyond Sexual Identity: Are We Ready to Be Pomosexual? | Moderator: Dr. Helen Leung
April 28, 2015 | Burnaby Public Library (Tommy Douglas branch)
Religious Relevance (Teen Café) | Moderator: Robert Bittner
April 28, 2015 | Vancouver Public Library (Britannia branch)
Community: Lost and Found | Moderator: Dr. Mark Battersby
April 28, 2015 | Nature’s Garden Organic Deli
Cloning: Promises and Perils | Moderator: Dr. Nick Harden
April 30, 2015 | Tandem Bike Café
Biking and Walking—How They Work Together to Make Our Cities More Wonderful | Moderator: Lisa Slakov
May 04, 2015 | Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre
Should Canada Stamp Passports When Citizens Leave the Country? | Moderator: Dr. Judy Zaichkowsky
May 07, 2015 | False Creek Community Centre
This Changes Everything: Climate Change and Capitalism | Moderator: Dr. Luis Sojo
May 08, 2015 | SFU's Vancouver campus
Space/Time | Moderator: Dr. Michael Picard
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Notice of topic/schedule changes
Please note the following changes:
Teen Cafés at Burnaby Public Library (Tommy Douglas branch)
All cafés at this location start at 6:30 p.m.
Burnaby Public Library (McGill branch)
All cafés at this location have moved from Wednesdays to the first Tuesday of the month. The new dates are Feb. 3 and Apr. 7. The café on May 5 is cancelled.
Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre
Should Canada Stamp Passports When Citizens Leave the Country?