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Answers for Aristotle: Science and Philosophy - Meeting 1 Part 1

Join us to discuss Massimo Pigliucci's latest book.
Please read up to page 76 and be prepared to share your ideas and insights triggered by the reading.

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Please plan to arrive a few minutes early to get your bearings and feel settled in, as we will begin at 7pm. Dinner, snacks, dessert, and drinks will be available.

Since we have room for only 8, if you RSVP and don't show, you may have deprived someone who would have come had there been room.

 

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  • Brian Y.

    Sorry but I can't make it to meetings on Thursdays. :-(

    June 24, 2013

  • Gui

    There are 3 weeks before the first meeting, plenty of time to do the reading. We'll plan to discuss one part per meeting, which means we'll finish the book in a total of 6 every other week meetings. We have space for 8 participants. This meeting is cross posted with the OC Critical Philosophy Group so "spots available" will be less than 8 depending on how many RSVP on that webpage. Please RSVP on one or the other, not both.

    June 6, 2013

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