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Logic and the Riddle of Divergent Reactions
Sometimes one has the impression that a large part of US media is devoted to soap opera — celebrity sightings and tabloid gossip — as if to distract ordinary readers from important issues with serious political, social, economic, and even environmental implications.
This last week, the soap opera was Rachel Dolezal, who has become infamous as the former head of the Spokane, Washington, chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). Dolezal rose to prominence in the world of black activism as a spokesman of her race, until the embarrassing discovery by investigative journalists that she was not a black woman at all…
All professors with PhDs in philosophy, the Groarke triplets share much more than their identical DNA.
Professors Paul, Leo and Louis Groarke are a statistical anomaly. They’re triplets, which occurs only once in several thousand natural pregnancies. They are monozygotic (all of them sprang from a single fertilized egg) and thus they’re identical – clones, you might even say.
The Disturbing Mentality behind the Disenfranchisement of Trinity Western University’s Sincere Religious Believers
Most prominent Canadian universities are decidedly secular places.
Trinity Western University in Vancouver, British Columbia, is unusual because, as the name indicates, it takes its religious affiliation seriously.
The college is designed to serve a particular religious community: dedicated Evangelical Christian students who want to enjoy a university education with like-minded colleagues inside an environment that respects and upholds their religious beliefs…
Dr. Louis Groarke speaks at the U4 Symposium held at Bishop’s University on February 1st, 2014.
The Socratic Circle and the StFX Philosophy Department are hosting a book launch to celebrate the 10th anniversary of World Philosophy Day.
November 15, 2012 7:30 PM
Aristotelian logic, after a great and early triumph, consolidated its position of influence to rule over the philosophical world throughout the Middle Ages up until the 19th Century. All that changed in a hurry when modern logicians embraced a new kind of mathematical logic and pushed out what they regarded as the antiquated and clunky method of syllogisms.
Religious Wisdom and Perennial Philosophy: East and West
Now you can join Louis Groarke for an insightful discussion on theology in a laid back atmosphere!
Piper’s Pub | Antigonish, Nova Scotia
Friday October 28, 2011 2:30 PM
Whole Human Beings versus Half-Human Beings: Aristotelian Logic on Induction, Deduction and Related Matters
Mount Allison University | Sackville, New Brunswick
Octobre 10, 2011
Learn What You Already Knew: What Past Moral Thinkers Teach Us About Morality
St. Francis Xavier University | Antigonish, Nova Scotia
September 30, 2011
Dr. Groarke receives the St. Francis Xavier University Faculty of Arts Outstanding Teaching Award.