Thursday November 20, 6 pm.
The City College of New York,
Go to the North Academic Center, room 1/202. Let the guard know you are there for a public event
Come celebrate World Philosophy Day on the beautiful campus of the City College of New York! The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization has declared each third Thursday in November to be World Philosophy Day. In establishing World Philosophy Day, UNESCO highlighted the importance of this discipline, especially for young people, underlining that "philosophy is a discipline that encourages critical and independent thought and is capable of working towards a better understanding of the world and promoting tolerance and peace."
For the 2014 edition at CCNY, we will feature Linda Alcoff (Hunter College) as our keynote speaker. The title of her talk is "What Philosophy Can Contribute to the Global Resistance Against Rape"
Friday, December 19
49 Grove, West Village.
Join us for the annual Reasonable New York Winter Solstice Party at the upscale 49 Grove, in the West Village.
This annual event is hosted by Reasonable New York, a consortium of free-thinking, philosophical, and secular social clubs based in NYC and surrounding areas.
Expect 100+ free-thinkers of all ages for an evening of food, drink, dancing, and socializing.
Admission is free.
Join us on the 19th and make new friends and connections with other inquisitive New Yorkers - this is an annual event not to be missed!
The Secular Humanist Society of New York, The New York Society for Ethical Culture,and Reasonable New York Present a panel discussion among:
Michael DeDora Anne Klaeysen Massimo Pigliucci Roy Speckardt
Executive Director, Leader, New York Chair, Dept. of Philosophy, Executive Director
Center for Inquiry Society for Ethical Lehman College, CUNY American Humanist
Reasonable New York is a consortium of local reason-based organizations and people working together to increase awareness of secular-minded movements throughout the Greater New York area. We aim to inform New Yorkers that there is a community of people who share a rational basis for their worldviews, who attend intellectual public lectures, enjoy philosophy discussions, and socialize. We invite you to visit our various member groups, to contact any of those in which you are interested, and check out our calendar to attend gatherings of any of our organizations, many of which are free. Some of these events are also posted on our shared meetup site.