Professor Louis Greenspan, long-time member of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association Board of Directors, passed away on May 10, 2018 in Hamilton Ontario. He was 83.
Prof. Greenspan was an extraordinary thinker and teacher, who taught philosophy at McMaster University, and was amongst the founders of the Department of Religious Studies and the Arts and Sciences program there. For all his erudition, Prof. Greenspan created thoroughly accessible workshops for high school students who attended CCLET’s Fundamental of our Fundamental Freedoms Conference. His workshops were fun, yet incisive, engaging and challenging. Prof. Greenspan will be particularly remembered by CCLA staff and Board members for his kindness and thoughtfulness, the twinkle in his eye, and his wonderful sense of humour.
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