A Fun Intro to Philosophy’s Big Questions with Daniel

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Philosophy is all about asking questions: What can we know? How should we live? Where does meaning come from?  

Though it can sometimes seem complex and difficult, philosophy is one important way humans try to understand the world they live in. 

In this class specially designed for beginners, we will learn about philosophy by doing some together!

What will we cover?

    This workshop will involve thinking and talking about two big
    questions in philosophy: What can we know? and How should we live? 

    thinking about these questions, we’ll draw from philosophers both old
    and new, local and abroad.

    Everyone is welcome to
    contribute to the discussion, or just sit and listen.


            • Wheelchair Accessible Venue
            • Gender Neutral Bathrooms
            • Quiet Spaces
            • Free Tickets for First Nation Attendees
            • Auslan Interpreted Upon Request

            Who will be teaching? 

            Daniel Nellor (he/him  is a Melbourne writer who has worked in politics, academia and the social welfare sector. He has a PhD in philosophy and is also a playwright.  He recently published a new book, What Are They Thinking? Conversations with Australian Philosophers. Your can learn more about Daniel’s work though his website and published work.

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