Philosophy Cafe


Hong Kong Philosophy Cafe
  • Tue 13-01-2015 7:30 PM - 2 h
  • Tue 10-02-2015 7:30 PM - 2 h
  • Tue 10-03-2015 7:30 PM - 2 h
  • Tue 14-04-2015 7:30 PM - 2 h


Free admission


The Fringe Branch of the Hong Kong Philosophy Cafe was established in October of 2000 with the goal of holding regularly scheduled discussions (in English) on serious, mainstream philosophical topics.

Meetings begin with a designated participant introducing a particular approach to dealing with the announced topic. After others have a chance to ask questions and/or give feedback to the introducer, a substantial block of time is devoted to small group discussions, with participants being encouraged to migrate between groups at will. Ideas raised during small group discussions are then shared in a concluding plenary session.

Moderated by: Steve Palmquist


13 Jan 2015

Topic: "Is life really worth living, despite all the suffering?"

Introduced by: Viri Tam Ho Wang


10 Feb 2015

Topic: "Pourquoi devrais-je etre Charlie? Musings on toleration, free speech, and political correctness"

Introduced by: Guy Lown


10 Mar 2015

Topic: "Can the Mind-Body Problem Be Solved without Appealing to God?"

Introduced by: Rachel Smith


14 Apr 2015

Topic: "Can something be knowledge if it is not teachable? On the relationship between epistemology and education"

Introduced by: Hektor Yan


Please feel free to contact us if you would like to suggest a topic and/or to introduce a future meeting. 

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Organizer: Steve Palmquist or 34117289
Adviser: Paul Stables

Discussion will be conducted in English. 

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