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July Science Cafe - Dr. Brian Barnes and "How Can Critical Thinking Help Me?"
LAST MINUTE ANNOUNCEMENT!! Come eat fancy food and learn about critical thinking THIS TUESDAY! The Presentation Join us for July Science Cafe featuring Dr. Brian Barnes and his talk "How Can Critical Thinking Help Me?" We will be continuing the theme from last month when we learned about some of the challenges of being a skeptic. This month we will hear from logician Brian Barnes about why (especially these days) we should embrace critical thinking. The Schedule 6:30 pm: Arrive and order. 7:00 to 7:30 Eat and chat. 7:30 pm: The presentation begins. The presentation and a Q&A session will last from 7:30 to approximately 8:30pm. The Cost Free and open to the public, but donations are gratefully accepted, to help defray the speaker's gift and meal, and the meetup.com fee. The Venue We will be in the upstairs room of the new 80/20 at Kaelin's on Newburg Road. (If you attended in the old days at Mulligan's, you won't recognize it since the renovation.) Parking is available in the back, or if that is full, we have permission to park across the street at St. Agnes church. The Guest Speaker Dr. Brian Barnes holds a Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Humanities and an MA in Philosophy from the University of Louisville. Barnes is a veteran of the US Army, along with other non-academic careers, and currently teaches face-to-face and online classes at several universities in traditional philosophy topics, along with courses in sustainability, critical thinking, and Japanese sword practice. He has co-authored articles examining critical thinking strategies and tactics for the National Teaching and Learning Forum and is the author of the textbook, The Central Question: Critical Engagement with Business Ethics (2013). Barnes co-hosts the weekly radio show, Critical Thinking for Everyone!, on 106.5 Forward Radio in Louisville, and he also created the critical thinking comic book series, Adventures in Critical Thinking. Dr. Barnes is a Scholar of the Foundation for Critical Thinking, and was a direct student of Dr. Richard Paul. *PLEASE* RSVP by Monday, July 23, so we can give the restaurant an accurate headcount. See you there! Laurie

80/20 at Kaelin's

1801 Newburg Road · Louisville, ky

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Louisville Science Cafés are live—and lively—events that feature an engaging conversation with a professional scientist about a current science topic. Because our events take place in casual settings such as pubs, and are open to everyone, each café encourages conversation, debate, and interaction. Louisville Science Café welcomes people who may or may not typically get involved with scientific discussions. Our goal is science outreach with an emphasis on bridging the gap between scientists and the public.

Louisville Science Café is the Kentuckiana chapter of www.sciencecafes.org and is affiliated with Nova Science Now, and Sigma Xi. Louisville Science Cafés are free and open to the public, you just run your own tab at the pub, and consider giving a small donation to help pay expenses.

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