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Metacognitive Brunch: a discussion group

Fancy a midday helping of open-ended intellectual exchange? Join a small group of aspiring critical thinkers for great, inexpensive food and lively discussion of topics relating to skepticism, secularism, science, philosophy, psychology, and other matters of the mind. We will meet outside, take a head count, and head inside as a group at 11:30 a.m. sharp. (If you arrive late, you're welcome to join us if sufficient seating is available, but there are no guarantees!) This event is tentatively scheduled for the second and fourth Sunday of each month.

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  • Dorothy K.

    "For the truly poor, being institutionally forced to take welfare is demoralizing"
    Being paid a lower than subsistence wage is demoralizing even life-threatening. Milton Friedman himself recommended the siphoning of funds downwards to sustain the economy.
    I would prefer it if "welfare" were made redundant by a better distribution of profits in the form of a realistic wage structure. But to feel shame or be demoralized by help given in the face of need created by ridiculously low wages and outrageously escalating medical costs strikes me as utterly illogical.

    January 26, 2014

  • Tiffany

    Sorry can't make this one. Going to check out Dorian's revival, a friend is guest speaking.

    January 26, 2014

  • Tiffany

    Hi, I'd like to suggest a topic to discuss: what we'd like to see in the local secular community in the near and far future.

    January 3, 2014

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