This article, written by Merlin volunteer and scholar Jonathan Drake, explores the work of Theodor W. Adorno and offers an analysis of his philosophical reflections on the “culture industry,” Marx’s commodity fetishism, mass media, and the liberating potential of art.
Our first philosophy walk of the year is coming up! Please join us on Sunday, March 24th (10am-1pm) at Ten Mile Creek Park trail for a discussion about current & future environmental and conservation challenges. Special guest speakers Thomas Baumeister, Mark Smillie, and Tyrrell Hibbard.Learn more and reserve your spots here!
Reeder’s Alley Block Party
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.