Aurora Philosophy Club

Welcome to the Aurora Philosophy Club.

If you're interested in discussing the fundamental nature of knowledge, reality, and existence then you've come to the right place.

The Aurora Philosophy Club is a place where like-minded people can meet in a comfortable and inviting setting to discuss the deepest and most fundamental questions that affect us all.  You do not have to be a professional philosopher to participate.  Everyone is welcome.  The only thing that you need to bring with you is curiousity, an open mind, and a desire to explore new ideas.

We meet on the fourth Tuesday of every month in the Aurora Public Library between 7 and 8:45 pm.

We hope to see you there.

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Aurora Philosophy Club Meeting Reminder -- January 28, 2020

Hi Everyone,

This is a reminder that the next Aurora Philosophy Club meeting will be held on Tuesday January 28 in the Magna Room of the Aurora Public Library.

Two presentations are on the schedule:

  1. Howard Leznoff:  Postmodernism:  An Overview
  2. Ronen Grunberg:  The Ontology of Virtuality

Here are a couple of videos to give you a taste of some of the issues that will be covered:

Postmodernism Overview Ontology of Virtuality

Looking forward to seeing you all on Tuesday.

Regards,

The Aurora Philosophy Club Steering Committee

Ronen Grunberg's picture

Aurora Philosophy Club Meeting Reminder -- December 17, 2019

Hi Everyone,

Just a quick reminder that we're going to be having a meeting this coming Tuesday (December 17, 2019) between 7-9 pm in the Magna Room of the Aurora Public Library.

The plan for this meeting is to have an open dialogue, with various philosophical issues and topics put on the table for us to discuss.  If you have a particular philosophical question that's always piqued your interest bring it along to add to the conversation.

Hope to see you all on Tuesday December 17.

Regards,

The Aurora Philosophy Club Steering Committee