When we are discussing "the Good", or language games, what are these discourses actually grounded in? It is just something that stops at a certain text that we all read, or are we required to really go all the way back and ground these discourses in a more basic way? If we can operate without a fully grounded discourse, why would we go through the effort to ground them?
In this meeting we will have an opportunity to consider what it is to ground a discourses in experience, and to compare discourses grounded in something else (science, religion, poetry, &c). There will be room to ask what a discourse is and why we engage in them.
(With the term 'discourse' I am tending towards the Greek word 'logos' which we can discuss in the meeting. It may be helpful for us to think bio-logy, anthropo-logy, physio-logy, &c, as all being primarily discourses rather than bodies of knowledge.)
There is no required reading.