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According to the conventional wisdom, sensation occupies<br/>the lowest rung of the perceptual apparatus, next comes perception, and the crown goes to cognition. This virtual lecture series aims to upset this pyramid by arguing that far more goes on at the level of sensation than is commonly thought.
ESG has gained great attention with rising global temperatures and governments and pension funds push towards doing the right thing. Real estate industry is at the core of ESG issues as real estate is fixed by location, and environmental and social impacts are also local in general. The panel will discuss the ESG issues in real estate — what is happening today and will happen tomorrow. The guest speaker panel will be followed by a reception.
In 2019, The New Yorker ran a short piece entitled "The Men Who Still Love Fight Club" referencing the enduring legacy of the 1996 novel by Chuck Palahniuk and its 1999 film adaptation by David Fincher. Focused primarily on American society, the article fails to mention Fight Club's appeal to many in Europe and elsewhere who have also been attracted by its aggressive masculinism and critique of consumer lifestyles.
Launch of the report: Transforming Montréal in time of crisis – Community organizing and collective learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. The event will include a presentation by Jen Gobby about the findings of the research as well as a panel discussion featuring community organizers who were involved in the project. Join us on Thursday, December 8, 2022, from 5-7 p.m.
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