CFIC Discourse


discourse‎ [n,v]: the use of words to exchange thoughts and ideas

CFI Canada Discourse is our blog where you can find all the latest information, news and posts from CFI Canada’s members and leaders.  CFIC Discourse is also a forum for discussion of topics and issues related to CFI Canada’s mandate to promote science, reason, and secular values.  The opinions on these pages do not necessarily reflect the position of CFI Canada; articles are listed (top to bottom) from newest to oldest:

January-March 2016

  • 2015/2016 Looking Back, Looking Forward

October-December 2015

July-September 2015

April-June 2015

January-March 2014

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We welcome everyone to join the conversation.  Respectful disagreement and discussion is encouraged, but we ask all participants to keep their comments reasonable and rational, and refrain from personal attacks. If you have specific concerns, please bring them to the attention of the National Executive Director (ned@centreforinquiry.ca)

This discussion forum is open to everyone, regardless of sex/gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, or religion. We do not tolerate harassment of participants in any form.

Submissions to CFI Canada Discourse should be original content that has not been published online anywhere else, and we also ask that the authors not publish the material themselves for at least a week after it appears on cficanada.ca.

The editors reserve the right to make minor modifications such as correcting spelling or typographical errors, and to adjust the formatting for readability.  We may also recommend major modifications; these will require the approval of the author before being published.

If you have questions, or would like to submit a piece for publication, email the CFI Canada Discourse editors: ned@centreforinquiry.ca

 


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  • A contributor’s first comment is subject to review; subsequent comments will be passed as long as the guidelines are followed.
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  • Comments may be blocked or removed at the discretion of the moderator.

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