Our May Think & Drink was a hoot and generated a lot of lively discussion. Check out photos & what sorts of things we discussed here.
A small but mighty group, this month’s Philosophy Think & Drink discussion revolved around social justice. Check out photos & some of the questions we explored along the way!
What a wonderful & kind group of thinkers at our first Missoula gathering! Thank you so much, everyone, for spending your evening with us and contributing such thoughtful insights and questions. Check out photos & some of the things we explored here.
Our April Think & Drink was so much fun! After 2 months hiatus we were all glad to be back exploring ideas together & thrilled to see some new faces join the festivities as well! Check out photos & what we discussed here.
We had a wonderful time at our January Think & Drink. A great crew and very thoughtful dialogue always makes for a fun night! Here is a look at what we explored and the video that sparked the conversation.
What a wonderful way to finish 2018! A great crew and thoughtful discussion, coupled with tasty grog & eats….yes please!! Here is a look at what we explored, some pics of the fun, and a favorite quote from the eve that we still find ourselves giggling over (and relating with on a daily basis!).
After three summer sessions exploring and discussing the moral dimensions of homelessness, our November Think & Drink marked a return to our normal gathering structure and dialogic style. After a discussion about civil discourse and conversational style — including some of the methodologies involved in Socratic dialogue — our group posed four possible questions. Check out what we landed upon and some of the philosophical things involved here!
In this month’s think & drink, we assessed our current belief systems and city structure, and then looked at numerous local grassroots solutions to help address some of the challenges of homelessness based on these. We also considered some causal factors of homelessness (relative to larger scale responses) and some of the ethical dilemmas surrounding the policing of homelessness by asking what the role of police is/ought to be and what sorts of things cities can do to be of help. Below are some of the questions we asked, as well as examples of multi-functional grassroots ideas that other cities have implemented as one part (of a larger set) of responses to homelessness. Learn more about what we discussed and access resources here!