Ref. No. 12
||Sept. 21, 2001
||Public lecture series in philosophy continues
The St. John's Public Lectures in Philosophy Series continues with a
lecture by Dr. Robert Piercey of Memorial University's Department of
Philosophy, on Tuesday, Sept. 25. Dr. Piercey's lecture -- titled How Can
Bad Art Be Good? Explaining the Pleasures of Tragedy -- begins at 8:30 p.m.
in the Darkroom Urban Lounge located at 340 Duckworth Street.
The St. John's Public Lectures in Philosophy is an informal public lecture
discussion series, with an emphasis on the intrinsic value of a critical
examination of assumptions and presuppositions. Lectures are scheduled for
the last Tuesday of every month and are sponsored by the darkroom Urban
Lounge and Memorial University's Department of Philosophy.
For further information, please contact Ivan Muzychka, manager, Memorial
University News Service, 737-8665.