The next meeting for the philosophy reading group will be Thursday, 1st July at 6pm. As always we will meet at 5.55pm at the entrance to the SU Bar at Park Campus. Paul Caddle is leading the meeting and will be presenting a paper entitled ‘What actually is Buddhism?’ The discussion does not require any preparatory reading other than a hand-out which will be distributed on the night. So there is not a reason not to come (not even World Cup because we finish at 7.30pm). I look forward to a highly attended and high-spirted discussion.
The Philosophy Society reading group is meeting tomorrow evening, Thursday, 11th February, 7pm in The Gallery Room above the SU Bar at Park Campus. The set reading is a few words from Roland Barthes in the form of excerpts from his book Mythologies. The reading is very short: if you haven’t read it already there is still plenty of time to do so. The link is below.
If you have any questions please contact me using this email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
I look forward to seeing all of you and having a vigorous discussion.
Just to remind those of you who are part of the Philosophy & Ethics reading group (and those who aren’t) and who are currently reading Sartre’s Nausea; we have our own blog open for comments on http://readingphilosophy.wordpress.com/
Please do post your thoughts / ideas as any discussion will be helpful for when we next meet.