PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION
Aboriginal Resources for the Emerging Indigenous Philosophy Student
(by university or college)
(Indigenous Studies - Undergraduate Program)
(Canada, the North, and the Globe (MA Program)
Traditional Knowledge of Plants
The Nature of Ecology
Indigenous Knowledge and Education
What I Tell You May Not Be True
President's Advisory Committee on Aboriginal Affairs
Submitted Reports/Studies @ Memorial
Courses, Programs and Research
NOTE; There does not seem to be any significant presence of philosophers or the Department of Philosophy involved with Aboriginal education.
"Thanks Bruce - I taught a senior seminar here on aboriginal sovereignty and do work with the Gwich'in in the Arctic, so we may have met.... I'll take a look and get back to you. Peter "
PHILOSOPHY BY REGION
Where the Rivers Meet (WTRM) Website
THE INDIGENOUS THOUGHT NETWORK
Bio: Dr. Peter Trnka, B.A., M.A., Ph.D (1993) University of Toronto, is Associate Professor of Philosophy and Coordinator of the Diploma in Applied Ethics. Specializing in political philosophy, particularly the thought of Spinoza, Hume, Marx, and Deleuze, he has published articles on Hume on nature (JBSP 1997), experimental empiricism (Angelaki 2001), complexity and systems in Epicurus and Serres (Public 2002), and Canguilhem and subjectivity (JMP 2003); he has also published on the philosophy of big science and law in the biosphere, as well as translations, art criticism, poetry, and food writing. He is currently working on a book on the theatricum philosophicum and a philosophy of the senses.