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6 October 2017 (Fri) , 3 - 5:00 PM
Reflections on the Theory and Practice of Progress...
Drawing upon years of scholarship on progressive Islam, Dr Duderija’s talk will provide an overview of the worldview ...
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15 September 2017 (Fri) , 4:30-6:30pm
From Matters of Faith to Matters of Fact: The Prob...
Dr. Lancaster’s paper explores the problem of “priestcraft” and the shifting philosophical responses it elicited in E...
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13 September 2017 (Wed) , 4-5:30pm
Philosophy Café: The Meaning of Life
What really matters in our life? Wealth, pleasure, relationship, or other things? And why do they matter? We seek for...
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30 August 2017 (Wed) , 4:30-6 pm
Philosophy Café: Mini Ethics Bowl
Ever wondered about ethical dilemmas in your life? Should you turn your parent in if they violate laws? Is it moral t...
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  • From Philosophical Investigations
  • Ludwig Wittgenstein

Philosophy unravels the knots in our thinking; hence its results must be simple, but its activity is as complicated as the knots that it unravels ”

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