Groups in Focus: Philosophy in a Cafe

Socrates 470 – 399 BC   Philosophy in the Community is not new, and has been around ever since human-beings gained the power of speech.   Philosophical discussions help people make sense, of the world of existence and how best to live as human beings. The ancient Greeks used Philosophy as a social pursuit; think of Socrates holding […]

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Christian Voices Coming Out – Exhibition

Christian Voices Coming Out—Tuesday 30th May—6th June At City URC in the Upper Room The Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement have produced an exhibition called Christian Voices Coming Out. It is a heritage project which is capturing the stories of pioneering LGBT Christian activists, advocates and allies. Volunteers have been working to record interviews with […]

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Philosophical Inquiry Circle

Mike Deval will be presenting the stimulus as follows: Spinoza on “Practical Philosophy” Friday 21st April, 2 pm   Benedict de Spinoza (1632—1677) is a major philosopher of the 17th century. Following Descartes, Spinoza developed original views about God, the universe, the human mind, and its relationship to the body and the world. Following Hobbes, […]

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