Philosophers' Café

Can the dynamic of dominant and oppressed cultures help us understand structural injustice?

Co-sponsored by the Vancouver Public Library

Date/Location

Tue, 11 Dec 2018 6:30 PM

Vancouver Public Library (Carnegie branch), 401 Main St., Vancouver | 604-665-3010 | Map

Moderator

  • Mark Stewart

    Mark Stewart is an educator and elementary school teacher in Vancouver. Aside from education he is interested in esotericism and the occult, deep and depth ecology, psychedelics and society, entheogenic religion, shamanism and neoshamanism, Buddhist ethics, tantra, and the history of religions.

    He has been inspired by the works of scholars of religion and esotericism such as Mircea Eliade, Jeffrey J. Kripal, Erik Davis, Christopher Partridge, Alan Watts, Gary Lachman, Erazim Kohák and Wouter Hanegraaff.  

    He has completed the following programs at SFU: BA with honours in humanities, BA in philosophy, BEd elementary generalist, English minor, Certificate of religious studies and a Certificate of Liberal Arts.

Admission: Free. Registration not required.

Duration: 90 mins

Related topic(s): Liberal Arts

About the Philosophers' Café

Philosophers’ Café is a series of informal public discussions in libraries, cafés and restaurants throughout Metro Vancouver. The cafés, which are open to everyone, have brought dialogue and discussion to thousands of people who are interested in exploring issues from the absurd to the sublime. To learn more about the Philosophers’ Café, please visit their website.

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Questions?

Email: cafes@sfu.ca