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Congratulations to Professor Daniel Justice on being named a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. This honour recognizes Justice’s leadership in and significant contributions to the field of contemporary Indigenous Studies. […]
Dennis Danielson Regent College Publishing 2018 What is just? What is right? What is wrong? What purposes, and what virtues, are worth pursuing? How can we weigh answers to these questions without lapsing into “That’s only your opinion”? In the tradition of C. S. Lewis’s The Abolition of Man, Dennis Danielson re-invokes Lewis’s use of the Tao–borrowed […]
Ian E.J. Hill Penn State University Press 2018 Technē’s Paradox—a frequent theme in science fiction—is the commonplace belief that technology has both the potential to annihilate humanity and to preserve it. Advocating Weapons, War, and Terrorism looks at how this paradox applies to some of the most dangerous of technologies: population bombs, dynamite bombs, chemical weapons, nuclear […]
Returning and Prospective Majors & Honours, please join us for our annual INFO PIZZA PARTY! Wednesday, September 19 3:00 p.m. Buchanan Tower 323 Get career help from Arts Co-op, Go Global, UBC Careers, Arts Alumni and MURC
UBC will celebrate the 200th anniversary of the writing of FRANKENSTEIN by holding a reading marathon of Shelley’s novel on Halloween! All day, in Buchanan Tower 323! […]