This group may be of interest to those who are engaged in philosophy discussion groups that are open to the general public and conducted in public places. The Cafe Philosophique movement that was inaugurated by the French philosopher Marc Sautet offers one example of such discussion groups, but it is the purpose of this affinity group to consider a variety of different models for discussing philosophy with the general public in public places. This group may also be of interest to those who would like to gain insights into the philosophical concerns and style of the general public as opposed to academic specialists.
Latest Activity: Apr 13, 2015
I am currently participating in a philosophy discussion group via Skype. The group began as an in-person meetup group but morphed into a discussion via Skype. Among the advantages of a Skype…Continue
Here's an example of a topic suggested by a member of my discussion group. A member of the group suggested that we talk about eugenics. He wanted to know if we should genetically design humans to be…Continue