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.
Text for March, 2021:
"Backwards Causation", in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/causation-backwards/
Backwards Causation (Zoom)
Putnam on Cats and Time Travel (Zoom)
Two Studies in Consciousness (Zoom)
Collingwood on The Study of History (Zoom)
The Medieval Problem of Universals (Zoom)
Hannah Arendt on Judgment (Zoom Mtg)
Autonomy (Zoom mtg)
Existentialist Aesthetics (Zoom)
Kierkegaard: Rhetoric and Aesthetics (Zoom)
Philosophy of Logic (Zoom mtg)
Laws of Nature (Zoom mtg)
The Differences Between Science and Philosophy