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This year our annual meeting will be on a smaller (virtual) scale. Please join us to review the previous year's events and plan ahead for the year to come. Paid members will have the opportunity to vote for board positions, but everyone is welcome to join the discussion. And since this year's meeting falls on Halloween, feel free to share your costume with us over video chat! Check your membership status by logging into your account here: http://mp.gg/xcvpw (Or create a new account!) In preparation for the meeting, please review our 2020 Annual Report: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1x2Os7ixVLjuqY2TiH_0TXbMpTietpV2qasqAdRORSXA/edit?usp=sharing
In philosophy, skepticism can refer to: 1) a mode of inquiry that emphasizes critical scrutiny, caution, and intellectual rigor; 2) a method of obtaining knowledge through systematic doubt and continual testing; 3) a set of claims about the limitations of human knowledge and the proper response to such limitations. So, naturally, we get together to discuss skepticism while drinking. In these times of social distancing though, we will have to make due with drinking from home over a Zoom video call. It's the best we can do under the circumstances. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Come share your thoughts about the wild world we live in! This event occurs monthly on the second Friday of each month.
A global pandemic can't stop us from socializing with fellow humanists! We are going to experiment with a new virtual format to replace our usual in-person discussion group meetups. Join us on the first Sunday and third Saturday each month to discuss current events and a wide variety of humanist topics.
A global pandemic can't stop us from socializing with fellow humanists! We are continuing with our virtual format in place of our usual in-person discussion group meetups. Join us on the first Sunday and third Saturday each month to discuss current events and a wide variety of humanist topics.