Philosophy Workshop: Stoicism – Ethics & Providence (April 2020)

In these two 2½-hour ZOOM workshops led by philosopher David Nowakowski we investigated Stoic ethics, providence and the world. These two workshops represented our first ZOOM workshops of the year (or ever for that matter — ZOOM was new to us as we typically hold in-person workshops). However, we were grateful to have so many workshop attendees join us and participate in the conversation! See what sorts of things we discussed and access the workshop handouts, activities, and reading recommendations here!

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Philosophy Workshop: The Stoic Art of Living — Providence and the World *(VIRTUAL/ZOOM)*

In this 2½-hour VIRTUAL/ZOOM workshop led by David Nowakowski, we’ll explore the Stoic art of living. No background in philosophy is required to participate in this workshop. All ages welcome. FREE.  Learn more here!

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Philosophy Workshop: The Stoic Art of Living — The Ethics of Freedom (*VIRTUAL/ZOOM*)

In this 2½-hour VIRTUAL/ZOOM workshop led by David Nowakowski, we’ll explore the Stoic art of living. No background in philosophy is required to participate in this workshop.  All ages welcome. FREE.  Learn more here!

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**POSTPONED TO A TBD DATE IN FALL*** Philosophy Symposium-Drive-In — The Rougher Side of Humor: How Far is Too Far?

In this combo philosophy symposium-drive-in night we’ll explore and discuss some of comedy’s most beloved (and oft controversial) greats, focusing primarily on the work of Dave Chapelle. SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER, Dr. J. Angelo Corlett, philosopher and humorist from San Diego, CA will facilitating discussion. Please join us on Thursday, April 2nd at Carroll College in the Student Center, Lower Level (CUBE) from 7pm-9pm! FREE to the public (18+ years old/mature audiences).

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Philosophy Workshop: Wonder, Nature & Play (March 2020)

Have you ever wondered about wonder? What exactly is the experience of wondering? Why do we feel it? When do we feel it? Why might it be valuable? And, most pressingly: how can wonder be cultivated to assist us in dealing with modern problems, both on a large scale and in our individual, personal lives? In this 2½-hour workshop led by 2019-2020 Student Scholar Fellow Henry Kramer we investigated the connections between wonder, nature, imagination, and play through lecture, discussion, and exercises. Access resources and photos here!

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Philosophy Workshop: Wonder, Nature & Play

This 2½-hour workshop will be led by 2019-2020 Student Scholar Fellow Henry Kramer.  Topic: Wonder, Nature & Play. No background in philosophy is required to participate in this workshop. All ages welcome. FREE.  $15-$30 suggested donation (if you are of the means to do so).  Donations help to cover workshop leader honorariums and community workshop and outings scholarships for those in need.  Light snacks & hot tea provided. Space is limited.

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