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We are the oldest, continuously gathering Socrates Café in the World. Please add your voice to the discussion.

Socrates thought that understanding the perspectives of others made him a more excellent human being. In this spirit, the purpose of the Socrates Café is not to persuade others to our point of view, but to deepen our understanding of the views of everyone who participates.

Please join us this month for the next Socrates Café and another ninety minutes of philosophical exploration.







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  • Tony

    Watching "The Booth at the End" series - it is covering tonight's discussion is so many ways.

    September 11, 2012

  • Don

    Greetings Everyone, First let us give praise to the membership and group owners, who were wise enough to believe, and trust that there would be a collective who would be interested in the teaching of old times. Socrates faced similiar challenges in introducing similiar teachings to the Greek population, due to most being unfamiliar with the teaching. Over-standing the perspective is strictly for the initiate, whom is seeking to cultivate themselves using the 7 liberal art, ten virtues, and the hermetic teaching, understanding is a task for those individuals whom lack the discipline to discover the most profound thing in the universe. No-thing!

    August 31, 2012

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