Monday, February 5, 2018

‘Philosophies of freedom’

I haven’t posted in a while, and since registration for this event just opened, I might as well resume with this news from the School of Practical Philosophy—as ideal a complement to Masonic pursuits as I can recommend to you. Go to this lecture. The speaker is the principal of the school, and he heads its Plato studies program. From the publicity:

A Lecture with Mr. Russell Bosworth
Saturday, March 3 at 7 p.m.
School of Practical Philosophy
12 East 79th Street, Manhattan

The Truth Will Set You Free.

Who are You?
What is Truth?
What is Freedom?
How can You be Free?

Throughout the ages, philosophers in the East and West have responded to these questions through thoughtful analyses and inspiring stories and myths. Join us for an entertaining evening exploring the profound wisdom these sages present, and discover time-tested practices that can set us free today—free from anxiety, free from fear, free to realize our true potential, free to be happy, free to be oneself.

Admission costs $25 per person, which includes light refreshments, and tickets are available through the Registration Office in the building or here.

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