Our philosophy group meets on the third Wednesday of each month. We are a very friendly group, with no experts, just people who are interested in finding out what the meaning of life is all about, and what great thinkers have had to say about it. Our discussions have ranged from Plato to the philosophy of walking and lots in between. If you feel you would like to explore Philosophy come along and you will receive a warm welcome and no prior experience of Philosophy is needed.
Our next meeting is on Wednesday 17th January 2018., Kensington House from 2.30 to 4.30 where we will be looking at one of the most influential philosophers of the 20th century – John Rawls who has much to say about justice in society, so is very relevant for today.
Group Leader Tony Snape Tel : 526 3146.
Philosophy is not just the preserve of brilliant but eccentric thinkers that it is popularly supposed to be. It is what everybody does when they are not busy dealing with their everyday business and get a chance simply to wonder what life and the universe are all about.
- We are a friendly group and you are most welcome to come along and give it a try. We meet once a month
- next meeting Wednesday 15th November 2017 we will be studying current British philosopher Mary Warnock
- KENSINGTON HOUSE
- 2.30pm to 4.30pm.
- Contact Tony Snape 526 3146.
- Please note there will be no meeting in December .We will restart on the 3d Wednesday in January 2018.
Plato and John Locke are two of the well known philosophers we have looked at together.
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We meet on the 3rd Wednesday monthly at Kensington House at 2.30pm.
More information from Tony Snape.