Monthly Archives: February 2011

Spinoza’s Ethics

Monday, February 28th, 7:00, 1412 Euterpe St Ever been curious about the radical philosophy of Benedict Spinoza? We will read together the first book of Spinoza’s Ethics and discuss his fascinating ideas and way of doing philosophy. You can get … Continue reading

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Philo Cafe: Carnival

Saturday, February 26th Philocafe 10:30 am, Fairgrinds Coffee house (3333 Ponce De Leon) Topic: What is the socio-cultural, political and psychological function of Carnival?

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Spirituality in Film Series Continues

Friday, February 25th 7:00 Parker Church (1130 Nashville) Spirituality in Film series continues with a screening of “Wit” This is a five star movie in my book. I especially like the way John Donne is used in giving meaning to … Continue reading

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Philo Cafe on Right Livelihood

Saturday, February 12th 10:30am Coffee and Philosophy at Fairgrinds (3133 Ponce de Leon) Topic: Right Livelihood. What is a vacation? What is a calling? When do we know we are doing the right kind of work in the world?  

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Spinoza’s Ethics

Monday, February 14th, 7:00, 1412 Euterpe St Spinoza’s Ethics Ever been curious about the radical philosophy of Benedict Spinoza? We will read together the first book of Spinoza’s Ethics and discuss his fascinating ideas and way of doing philosophy. You … Continue reading

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Philo Cafe and Cultural Exchange

Tuesday, February 8, 12:30-1:45 Loyola University – The Library Living Room (Room 101 of Loyola’s Monroe Library) On the first floor, just past the staircase, which you will see to your left as you enter TOPIC: Education: We will consider … Continue reading

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Two Bonhoeffer Events

The Lyceum co-sponsors with the Parker Methodist Church a symposium looking at the life and work of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, one of the very few Lutheran theologians who stood against Hitler in Nazi Germany and paid the ultimate price for that … Continue reading

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