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This is a monthly meeting, held on the second Tuesday. These will feature topics which we hope will foster interesting and intriguing discussions in a relaxed and respectful atmosphere.

If you are a fan of debate, we will be adding those in a few months. The more spirited conversations can happen there. 

This month's topic: "As people skeptical of religion, and by extension its moral qualms about suicide, do you agree that when medicine is simply preventing death and attempting to ease the worst suffering, that physicians should allow people to die peacefully and in the manner they wish? Continuing on, what are the moral issues of allowing children and even infants to make use of physician-assisted suicide if they are terminal and clearly suffering (again, considering this from an atheistic point of view)?"


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