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What we wear, eat and use in our everyday lives has an impact on both humans and animals. Learn about the importance of veganism for the rights and treatment of animals in this segment of our collaborative series with Phipps.
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Street Epistemology is a technique based on Socratic questioning to help people reflect on the reasons and methods they use to conclude their deeply-held beliefs are true. This skill is incredibly important to enable you to have productive and non-confrontational discussions with friends, family, or online. Anthony Magnabosco will explain how to use the techniques of Street Epistemology to guide those you are talking with to engage their critical thinking skills and apply them to their own beliefs about the world and help them assess whether or not their beliefs are true.
Anthony Magnabosco is a skeptic and atheist from San Antonio, Texas, who has been practicing and promoting Street Epistemology since 2013. Anthony has had several hundred chats (many of them on camera and uploaded to his YouTube channel) on a variety of claims including gods, ghosts, karma, 'law of attraction,' and a variety of social and political topics. Anthony has been interviewed on countless podcasts. He is also a founder and the current executive director of a new nonprofit organization called Street Epistemology International. Anthony has given dozens of talks and workshops on Street Epistemology at conferences and events domestically and internationally.
Free. Registration required. https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_c18N0yuuRYiM1K4S4J2ncA
Pittsburgh Vegan Society (PVS) looks forward to discussing the book, "Veganism of Color: Decentering Whiteness in Human and Nonhuman Liberation", edited by Julia Feliz. Please register at the Zoom link provided within this platform. Thank you and hope you can attend!