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Philosophy Walk: "Morality"­ - Philosopher's Way SF

Principle Philosopher Nathaniel Paluga leads bi-weekly ”Philosopher’s Walks” through San Francisco’s Philosopher’s Way on Saturdays from noon to 3 pm.
Meet at the parking lot at Visitacion & Mansell in McLaren Park at noon.
Public Transportation: MUNI #29
The walk will be focused on the topic of “Morality.”
Nathaniel Paluga studied Philosophy at the Stanford Graduate School of Education. He is an educator and active member of the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy Society.

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  • Dan J

    I obviously can't be there, but I will say that I believe morality is relative to what society desires. What is moral in one society and one millenium, may be different in another society and another millenium. That's until God comes down from Mt. Shasta and proves me wrong. :)

    August 11, 2013

  • Laura M.

    This one overlaps with my own meetup but I do hope to cross paths with you, Nathan. I like what you're doing and my meetup is kinda sorta related.

    August 5, 2013

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