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Is the unexamined life worth living? In this new group, we'll be asking some of the fundamental questions of Philosophy: How can we know anything? Can we trust our senses? What is the Good Life? What is it to follow a moral code and does this need to be appended to a religion? Which political systems are cogent; which not? Beginning with the Greeks (where else?), we'll embark on a journey which will take us through to some highly radical and significant developments in the 20th Century. The hour-long sessions, which take place in Totterdown, are £5 each and there will be some suggested (only "suggested") reading along the way.

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Introduction to Philosophy

Paul Stevens

IS the unexamined life worth living? In this new group, we'll be asking some of the fundamental questions of Philosophy: How can we know anything? Can we trust our senses? What is the Good Life? What is it to follow a moral code and does this need to be appended to a religion? Which political systems are cogent; which not? Beginning with the Greeks (where else?), we'll embark on a journey which will take us through to some highly radical and significant developments in the 20th Century. The hour-long sessions, which take place in Totterdown, are £5 each and there will be some suggested (only "suggested") reading along the way.

Introduction to Philosophy

Paul Stevens

IS the unexamined life worth living? In this new group, we'll be asking some of the fundamental questions of Philosophy: How can we know anything? Can we trust our senses? What is the Good Life? What is it to follow a moral code and does this need to be appended to a religion? Which political systems are cogent; which not? Beginning with the Greeks (where else?), we'll embark on a journey which will take us through to some highly radical and significant developments in the 20th Century. The hour-long sessions, which take place in Totterdown, are £5 each and there will be some suggested (only "suggested") reading along the way.

Introduction to Philosophy

Paul Stevens

IS the unexamined life worth living? In this new group, we'll be asking some of the fundamental questions of Philosophy: How can we know anything? Can we trust our senses? What is the Good Life? What is it to follow a moral code and does this need to be appended to a religion? Which political systems are cogent; which not? Beginning with the Greeks (where else?), we'll embark on a journey which will take us through to some highly radical and significant developments in the 20th Century. The hour-long sessions, which take place in Totterdown, are £5 each and there will be some suggested (only "suggested") reading along the way.

Introduction to Philosophy

Paul Stevens

IS the unexamined life worth living? In this new group, we'll be asking some of the fundamental questions of Philosophy: How can we know anything? Can we trust our senses? What is the Good Life? What is it to follow a moral code and does this need to be appended to a religion? Which political systems are cogent; which not? Beginning with the Greeks (where else?), we'll embark on a journey which will take us through to some highly radical and significant developments in the 20th Century. The hour-long sessions, which take place in Totterdown, are £5 each and there will be some suggested (only "suggested") reading along the way.

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Introduction to Philosophy

Paul Stevens

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