The Carleton University Philosophy Society (CUPS) is a student-led society for undergrad and masters students interested in the exchange and discussion of philosophical ideas. Past topics include philosophy of music, metaethics, and women in early modern philosophy. Discussion groups are held throughout the term and all are welcome!
We had a great interview with the CUPS team about all the work they do, check it out here.
|The Carleton University Philosophy Society (CUPS) is hosting our second ever book club event! Join us Thursday February 29th at 6pm in the Seminar Room (Paterson Hall Room 3A36) for a discussion on James Baldwin’s Giovanni’s Room. It is a short book so we hope that there will be enough time for those interested to read it prior to the event! The discussion will be hosted by fellow philosophy student Klaus K and will be focused on existentialism, queerness, and the intersection between the two. Everyone is always welcome to our events; being a philosophy major is not a requirement! You can find out what we are doing next through our social media, for example, our Instagram.