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The Philosophical Society of Washington

I have been to many of these and they are scholarly lectures that will challenge your ability to understand. They are all scientists so may or may not explain to a less than scientist level. These is a respectful event and you can park in the Cosmos Club Parking lot if you say you are there for the PSW lecture.  Many people in jeans I usually wear a sport jacket because I used to be a member.

Please read their website for details and don't call me if you get lost.

http://www.philsoc.org/

 

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  • Steven

    Unfortunately I cannot make this meeting this evening but you should all attend as it is a an exciting lecture series.

    My apologies, Steve.

    September 6, 2013

  • Denise K.

    Heard of your group on the Chris Plante show and it sounds like a much needed outlet for the WDC area. My best job was a stay-at-home mom from 1980-2004. Background in a multitude of things that pale in comparison to being a mother.

    September 2, 2013

    • Steven

      Denise you heard me and this meeting is not the reg philosophical discussions. You should probably want to attend the unpcoming Men are from Mars and the EMotional Intelligence discussions.

      September 2, 2013

    • Steven

      This event is a lecture and is totally geek science stuff which I encourage you to attend but I want to make sure you make our discussions too.

      September 2, 2013

  • Steven

    This is all very very science. I don't even think they particularly like philosophy here but back then philosophy meant science.

    It does not get more egghead then this.

    1 · August 23, 2013

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