Dominican University College - Philosophy and Theology in Ottawa, Canada

Dominican University College - Philosophy and Theology in Ottawa, Canada

Dominican University College (DUC) is a first-class research university for students who want to think through deep and complex questions in philosophy and theology. We offer a personalized learning environment and encourage rigorous, critical thinking in a spirit of openness. Our small-class sizes and innovative teaching methods make DUC an ideal place for students seeking to become expert researchers and well-rounded people.

  • Welcome to DUC

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  • The DUC Experience: Gordon Lund

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  • Iva Apostolova: what is philosophy?

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December 21, 2018
Elles pullulent, ces fêtes, pendant ce « temps des fêtes ». Les fêtes liturgiques chrétiennes s’enfilent à qui mieux mieux depuis la messe dite « de minuit », jusqu’à l’Épiphanie et au Baptême du...
December 21, 2018
Merry Christmas! I’m told that this is the traditional English wish. But, before using it, I thought I should know what I’m saying. Especially since “merry” is not a common word nowadays. When we’re...
November 25, 2016
Philosophy, especially academic philosophy, is not a discipline women are typically associated with. Why is that, one might ask? Like anything else related to philosophy, there is no easy or...

Comment l’Église catholique proclame des saints

Thursday, November 21, 2019 - 19:30 to 21:00                 La Faculté de théologie du Collège universitaire dominicain vous invite aux prochaines conférences de l’année 2019-2020 sur son campus d’Ottawa.   «Comment l’Église catholique proclame des saints» Claude Auger Directeur de l’Institut dominicain d’études supérieures en théologie, Ottawa   Claude Auger est détenteur d’un doctorat en théologie de l’Université Saint-Paul (Ottawa).... Read more »

Locke Today

Wednesday, December 4, 2019 - 09:00 to 17:00     Locke Today Public Conference December 4, 2019 - Dominican University College John Locke (1632 – 1704): is he still relevant today? Criticised by Hume in epistemology, is it still useful to go back to his thesis on those topics? Does not Kant’s history of reason show that Locke has been surpassed? His letters on toleration have had a great impact, but who reads them today? And why read... Read more »