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One of the benefits of practical philosophy is to give us tools to better manage ethical and moral challenges in daily life. This event will provide the opportunity to delve into some interesting sub-topics within this theme from a practical perspective.
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As previously mentioned, our members take turns helping to facilitate our discussions. We require one discussion facilitator for each table of 6 people but I doubt that we`ll have a problem finding volunteers.
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Unfortunately I (Glen Brauer) won't be able to attend this event in person but I will be coordinating it to run just as smoothly as the events which I'm able to attend in person. The Meetup system automatically adds me to the RSVP list when I upload the events but I eventually remove my RSVP as soon as people sign up.
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