Coffee and Conversation prior to the Existentialist Society lecture.


Free Public Lecture:

- followed by an extended period of questions and discussion.

8pm, Tuesday 3rd December 2013.

"Aristotle's views on how to direct one's life".

Speaker: Dr. Christopher Gribbin from Classics and Archaeology, at the School of Historical and Philosophical Studies, University of Melbourne.

(Chris Gribbin will be conducting the Classics Summer School at the University of Melbourne in early January).

Venue: Unitarian Hall, 110 Grey Street, East Melbourne. 

(Melways Map 2G D2). Additional parking at rear of Hall.

Enquiries: Secretary, David Miller. Telephone: 9467 2063.

Future Existentialist Society lectures, past transcripts and links:

The evening ends with another session of coffee, tea, biscuits and conversation.

Click on the "Our Calendar" logo (in the left column of this page) to find the dates of some other philosophical happenings, etc. And click on the "Discussions" tab at the top of the page for links to other philosophical activities, etc.


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  • Tj

    Sorry I couldn't make it-accidentally selected the Unitarian mission in East Melbourne instead and ran out of time by the time I realised my mistake! XP

    December 3, 2013

  • Tj

    Just a heads up that I will probably be late for this one as I am meeting a friend for dinner in the city and will head down after. If she decides to come I will change my RSVP to +1, if not, I'll see you guys at the lecture.

    November 30, 2013

  • David D.

    Would love to be there, seems like an interesting topic but I'll be in Japan.

    November 25, 2013

  • Myrtle

    How do we enrol in the Summer School?

    November 10, 2013

    • David M.

      Hello Myrtle, The Classics Summer School has a registration form on its website.

      November 11, 2013

  • David M.

    Classics Summer School -

    Dates: Monday 6th to Friday 10th January 2014

    November 8, 2013

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