GREENBURGH, N.Y. – Expand your knowledge of Western philosophy with the Philosopher’s Breakfast Club beginning Sept. 10 in Greenburgh.
The club will meet twice a month, moderated by Martin Egnal with group participation encouraged. The series will cover the evolution of Western philosophy from ancient to modern times. Follow the entire series of seven philosophical time periods or just join the group for the subject of your interest. Each area discussed will take between two to three months to complete.
The group will meet at the Greenburgh Public Library at 300 Tarrytown Road, Elmsford and there is no charge. Contact Kate at 914-721-8233 for registration; space is limited to 20 participants. The series will take place on Tuesdays, bi-monthly from 10:30 am - 12:30 pm. Coffee, tea and light refreshments will be provided.
The time periods covered in the group consist of the following: (a) Classical Origins (b) Western Religious Origins (c) Renaissance to Age of Reason (d) Enlightenment (e) Age of Ideology (f) Modernism to Age of Analysis (g) Crisis of Modernity
Visit the Greenburgh Public Library website for more information.
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