When we lose our elders, our worlds are silenced. Tis’ the ineffable weight of loss and sadness and a language lost. This thoughtful & beautifully written article by Amy Olberding, Professor of Philosophy at University of Oklahoma, explores grief & loss through the eyes of Confucian philosophy.
Who says philosophy can’t help you with major life issues? Author and Professor of Philosophy and Psychology at U.C. Berkeley, Alison Gopnik, talks about how mid-century philosopher David Hume (coupled with a healthy does of Buddhism) helped her solve her mid-life crisis. Read more…
Mark your calendars, friends, for the 2019 Reeder's Alley Block Party! Saturday, June 8th 2019 after the Governor's Cup from 4pm-10pm. FREE, kid-friendly, dog-friendly. Live music, entertainers, adult/youth dance act, fire dancers, life-sized bubbles, games, tours, brew, wine, select spirits & tasty eats. Proceeds support Reeder's Alley & Philosophy in the Community.
Our 3rd Philosophy Symposium in our 3-part series on the environment, ethics & stewardship was a huge success! Thank you so much to our wonderful panelists, volunteers, and sponsors. And thank you to all of the community members for joining us and contributing to the dialogue. View photos & access resources here!