July 17, 2014 · 7:00 PM
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One of the benefits of practical philosophy is to give us a deeper understanding of the meaning and purpose of art in all of its forms. This discussion will include the following subtopics: the importance of art, the purposes of art, and some controversial areas such as public funding and censorship. As usual, our facilitators will be provided with discussion notes to keep the conversations on topic (at least for the first 90 minutes).
Don't be afraid to sign up since I'll cancel the event and provide refunds if less than 5 people sign up.
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As previously mentioned, our members take turns helping to facilitate our discussions. We require one discussion facilitator for each table of 6 people so please leave a comment below (i.e. "I'll help facilitate") if you're able to help out at this event. No facilitation experience is required.
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