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We are still in the early stages of finding the best format and study topics and it is likely that these will cover both some individual well-known philosophers and also an area of philosophy. By way of example, our first discussion looked at John Locke and his impact on the American Declaration of Independence and Constitution.
We aim for a balanced mix of self study and informal relaxed Zoom group discussion, with each member choosing their level of self study / investigation to share with the group during the Zoom session.
The programme of topics is chosen and agreed by the group's members on a rolling basis.
We are a small but enthusiastic group researching, reviewing and discussing topics of philosophical interest. You don’t need to know all (or indeed anything) about philosophers, just be willing to share ideas.
We have decided to stay on Zoom, for the forseeable future, as this suits our members best.
Links to the groups:
Venue: Online via Zoom
Date: by agreement
Time: by agreement