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The Dallas Philosophers Forum:
The Dallas Philosophers Forum is a lecture series and discussion group
which meets in the Dallas, Texas metroplex. The Dallas Philosophers
Forum is dedicated to bringing philosophy, ideas, and intellectual
discussion to an interested and educated audience in the DFW area.
The philosophy talks are
designed to be engaging and non-technical and thus they are enjoyable
by the layperson or academician alike: Philosophy made user friendly.
In addition to the regular philosophy lecture meetings, the Dallas
Philosophers Forum also sponsors a Philosophy Study Group.
Dallas Philosophers Forum gatherings begin with dinner and
discussion for those who want to come an hour or so early, then a
philosophy lecture followed by half an hour of questions from the
audience. After the talks are over, everyone is encouraged to hang
around and discuss the philosophical problems of the evening until the
Whether you are a professional,
student, retiree, professor, or simply enjoy intellectual discussion
then the Dallas Philosophers Forum has something for you.
Come see why the Forum has become a D/FW institution.
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The Dallas Philosopher's Forum is run by "Philosopher's Forum, Inc", a 501(c)3 tax exempt organization.
Opinions expressed by speakers participating in events of the
Dallas Philosopher’s Forum are solely the opinions of the speaker and
do not necessarily represent the opinions of the members of The Dallas
Philosophers Forum or its Board of Directors.
If only there were more [Philosopher's Forums] ...
Maybe you can start a franchise!´´
- Prof. Simon Blackburn, Professor, University of Cambridge, UK.