Come join other local amateur philosophers the first Wednesday of each month from 7-9pm as we explore the answers to life’s most profound questions at The Thinkers’ Club. Modeled on the Socrates Café concept, the Thinkers’ Club is a reading and discussion group intended to provide a fun, non-judgmental forum to discuss and debate philosophical topics with other critical thinkers. The group will read primary and secondary sources in the history of philosophy as well as in fiction, history, politics, religion, art, culture, sociology, psychology, etc. that generate philosophical inquiry. The Thinkers' Club will be run democratically and all readings will be selected by the group. Don't hesitate to attend if you can't find the time to read; you'll still be able to participate in the discussions. Members of all creeds, backgrounds, and walks of life are encouraged to attend. At the Thinkers' Club, we are of the opinion that philosophy is intended to explore - not dictate - views. On that note, bring an open mind and a friendly tolerance/respect for others' ideas.
Welcome, Twinsburg Philosophers!
September 7 · 7:00 PM
In August, we had a one of our biggest turnouts for Thinker's, both regulars and new faces as some that we haven't seen in ages. Perhaps it was the lure of food that... Learn more
August 3 · 7:00 PM
Politics and Food
A First for the Thinkers Club, Food to accompany our discussion. Not just food but really good food, and lots of it you might want to bring a container to bring some... Learn more
July 6 · 7:00 PM
Relevance and Dostoyevsky
Recently at the thinkers Club our discussion of leisure led us into the realm of Relevance. The question being what is relevant in today’s arguments. Is it the... Learn more
June 1 · 7:00 PM
"In Praise of Idleness" an essay by Bertrand Russell
Bertrand Russell, the third Earl Russell, has been called one of the twentieth century's most important liberal thinkers, one of two or three of its major philosophers,... Learn more
May 4 · 7:00 PM
Martin Heidigger, brilliant Philospher, brilliant author, Nazi
Martin Heidegger (26 September 1889 – 26 May 1976), noted German philosopher, called by the I.E.P., "widely acknowledged to be one of the most original and important... Learn more