What is not to learn is nothing at all. What is not to do simply cannot be done. Some girls just really, really, want to have fun. The umbrella of philosophy, made of the fabrics of the examined life, covers all of us from the drops of the unknown, drooping down permanently from the unrelenting sky.
This Saturday, April 5th, I will be attending, observing, and questioning the principles of thought, when the radio program, “Philosophy Talk “ shakes up Portland at the First Congregational United Church of Christ. This event will be aired on the Oregon Public Broadcasting channel, and will be dealing with concepts of modern art, particularly the modern novel, interrogating the rules and structures of the written word. “Philosophy Talk”, hosted by the monitors of contemplation, John Perry and Ken Taylor, will welcome special guest David Shields, author of “Reality Hunger: A Manifesto”, to discuss the rules and definitions of the modern novel. This weekend calls for rain in Portland, if you are looking for a sheltered hub of light, look no further, the name says it all, let us gather together and talk philosophy.
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