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Philosophers Café: The Crisis of Knowledge: Facts, Truth and the Loss of Shared Common Ground
For several decades now, a set of theories have informed and galvanized both university education and public discourse. These theories highlight various social diseases — racism, misogyny – and the legacy of colonial rule. A concern for social justice has come to the fore on the political left. In some parts of the political right, this has engendered fear that the fundamental order of society is changing; a fear over how our society is shifting. Are there healthy way of engaging the ideological silos that shape so much of our public discourse?
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|Time||1:00 PM to 2:30 PM|
|Availability||20 Spots Available|
|Location||Bonnie Doon Room|
This class will occur 1 time
during this session.
|Member Session Fee:||$8.00|
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|Non-Member Session Fee:||$10.00|
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