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How Art and Science Illuminate the Human Condition

This week we’ll be reading  Hannah Arendt’s ideas on Thinking vs. Cognition through “Art and Science, [for] despite their significant and creative sympathies, have undeniably different roles in the human experience. But the question of what those differences are and why they matter — a question which philosophers and physicists alike have attempted to answer — remains a perennial perplexity.”

To explore these concepts more fully, during the meeting we'll be engaging in some artful science ourselves. Hence, you might not want to wear your best clothes, but do bring your enthusiasm for a good time!

Click below for the short reading.

How Art And Science Illuminate the Human Condition

If your interested in the ideas of Hannah Arendt, below is an interview with one of Philosophy's important Thinkers, who rather than describing herself as a Philosopher prefers that of a Political Theorist.

Please remember to bring $3 for the Setauket Neighborhood House.

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