Welcome to the Phoenix Philosophy Meetup Group! Our purpose is to discover the depths and joys of Life through our philosophical discussions, and to expand our members' mental horizons in a fun, harmonious setting. We discuss thought-provoking and mentally-stimulating topics in order to learn from one another about how philosophy can enrich our lives in ways we may have never thought possible! Our activities include discussions on topics relevant to today's world, classical philosophical inquiries, how the ideas of great philosophers from the past can be useful in the here and now, and how to empower ourselves by developing our reasoning skills; as well as other social events (parties, movie nights, etc.) of interest to our members. We are a non-profit, all-inclusive group that welcomes everyone with open arms!

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  • 6 days ago · 6:00 PM

    What is reality?

    7 Philosophers | 4.00

    Let's discuss the nature of reality: What is real and what is illusion? How do we know that we exist, that others exist, that the world we see as real is truly there?... Learn more
  • July 14 · 6:00 PM

    What is Power?

    9 Philosophers | 4.00 | 3 Photos

    Oscar Wilde said, "Everything in the world is about sex, except for sex. Sex is about power." And Lord Acton said, "Absolute power corrupts absolutely." At this Meetup... Learn more
  • June 30 · 6:15 PM

    What is Dogma?

    15 Philosophers | 5.00

    Please join us for a mind-boggling, blockbusting discussion on the "What is dogma?" With about 99.9999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999% of people in... Learn more
  • April 11 · 2:00 PM

    Discuss Tarksi's "Introduction to Logic"

    2 Philosophers

    At our Plato discussion, there was also interest in having a session treating analytic philosophy. To give time to prepare and read my selected text, I am announcing it... Learn more
  • April 4 · 2:00 PM

    Discuss Nietzsche's "The Gay Science" (selections)

    3 Philosophers

    Our session reading Plato's Meno was a success, and we will keep the format f having a text to read ahead of time and focus our discussion. This time we will  read some... Learn more
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