Schedule of Russell Forum
The Rochester Russell Forum meets at 7 p.m. on the second Thursday of each month at Writers and Books Literary Center, 740 University Ave., in Rochester, N.Y., to discuss issues and ideas. All are welcome to hear our presentations and join our discussions.
Admission is free to members of Writers and Books, which charges a $3 fee to all others.
February 12. Paul Mitacek on George Herbert Mead and the Rise of Reflective Consciousness.
March 12. A discussion of the aims and work of The Gage Foundation.
April 9. John Walsh on The Problem of ‘Private Language': John Locke through the work of Ludwig Wittgenstein.
May 14. Roman Pancs on Markets and Morals.
June 11. Steve Huff on Nikos Kazanzaki’s book, Saviors of God: Spiritual Experiences
July 9. Tedda P. Wibberly on the inability to realize the ‘cultural eyeglasses’ we wear every day.
August 13. Ian Ferrence on Walking With Russell: the influence of Bertrand Russell on his thinking.
September 10. Phil Ebersole on Jurgan Habermas and the three tests of truth.
Topics are subject to change. For the latest information, contact Walter Uhrman at <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
If you wish to make a presentation to the Rochester Russell Forum, contact Ted Lechman at <email@example.com> or Walter Uhrman at <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Click on Russell Forum for its MeetUp page.