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Anti-thesis is a philosophical forum, a place where a few people meet once a month to discuss thought-provoking ideas.


Members consider a variety of topics, articles, or themes of interest, chosen in advance, in almost any area of philosophy, including analytic or continental.

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Text for March, 2021:
"Backwards Causation", in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy,

Organization News

Mar 2021:
Backwards Causation (Zoom)

Feb 2021:
Putnam on Cats and Time Travel (Zoom)

Jan 2021:
Two Studies in Consciousness (Zoom)

Dec 2020:
Collingwood on The Study of History (Zoom)

Nov 2020:
The Medieval Problem of Universals (Zoom)

Oct 2020:
Hannah Arendt on Judgment (Zoom Mtg)

Sep 2020:
Autonomy (Zoom mtg)

Aug 2020:
Existentialist Aesthetics (Zoom)

Jul 2020

Kierkegaard: Rhetoric and Aesthetics (Zoom)

Jun 2020
Philosophy of Logic (Zoom mtg)

May 2020
Laws of Nature (Zoom mtg)

Apr 2020

Mar 2020
The Differences Between Science and Philosophy




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