Philosophy and Education Meetups

Find out what's happening in Philosophy and Education Meetup groups around the world and start meeting up with the ones near you.

loading data...
Groups 8 Members 7,513 Interested 111 Cities 7 Countries 4

Largest Meetup Groups

  • Put this list on your website
1

The London Philosophy Club holds free talks from some of the leading contemporary philosophers, including (recently) Robert Skidelsky, John Gray, Galen Strawson, Angie Hobbs and Stephen Cave. We also organise debates, socials, and a regular reading g

5,787
Philosophers
2
Private

"Ma patrie, c'est la langue française" ainsi s'exprimait Albert Camus après avoir reçu le prix Nobel de littérature. Cette déclaration, restée célèbre, sert de point de départ à une réflexion sur les relations entre langue et patrie. LFR is a well e

609
Amis du LFR.
3

Welcome to The Toronto Philosophy Club!  This is a book club of sorts with a focus on cognitive science, philosophy of mind, philosophy of biology, and philosophy of religion.  Of course, foundational philosophical questions are here as well.  We mee

471
Philosophers
4

To listen to an introduction click here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jyGH­zGhl9nI The Socratic Forum for Thought is an open community that provides an atmosphere for the discussion of ideas. The format is very simple: there is a short reading follo

366
Thinkers
5

This group is a community of free thinkers concentrating on the great works of African American literature, poetry, prose, and history. Involvement is in not limited to African Americans but rather open to all seeking greater understanding. The group

154
Intellectuals
6

First, about the The Rosicrucian Order ... The Rosicrucian Order, AMORC is a school of learning, offering a system of study that enables people to develop their full personal potential.  It is not a religion and does not prescribe a set of beliefs or

120
Mystics, Students, Seekers
7

Study Group, meeting bi-weekly, reading the work of Rudolf Steiner and related authors; cosmology, epistemology, esoteric sciences, etc

6
Students
8

Are you longing for stimulating discussions? On interesting topics involving life, the universe and the meaning of it all? With other intelligent, spiritual people who are interested in ideas and expanding their boundaries? People who truly know how

2
Members

Newest Meetup Groups

  • Put this list on your website
May 7, 2015

Are you longing for stimulating discussions? On interesting topics involving life, the universe and the meaning of it all? With other intelligent, spiritual people who are interested in ideas and expanding their boundaries? People who truly know how

2
Members
October 5, 2014

Study Group, meeting bi-weekly, reading the work of Rudolf Steiner and related authors; cosmology, epistemology, esoteric sciences, etc

6
Students
April 6, 2014

First, about the The Rosicrucian Order ... The Rosicrucian Order, AMORC is a school of learning, offering a system of study that enables people to develop their full personal potential.  It is not a religion and does not prescribe a set of beliefs or

120
Mystics, Students, Seekers
September 29, 2012

To listen to an introduction click here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jyGH­zGhl9nI The Socratic Forum for Thought is an open community that provides an atmosphere for the discussion of ideas. The format is very simple: there is a short reading follo

366
Thinkers
September 9, 2012

Welcome to The Toronto Philosophy Club!  This is a book club of sorts with a focus on cognitive science, philosophy of mind, philosophy of biology, and philosophy of religion.  Of course, foundational philosophical questions are here as well.  We mee

471
Philosophers
August 18, 2012

This group is a community of free thinkers concentrating on the great works of African American literature, poetry, prose, and history. Involvement is in not limited to African Americans but rather open to all seeking greater understanding. The group

154
Intellectuals
July 31, 2006

The London Philosophy Club holds free talks from some of the leading contemporary philosophers, including (recently) Robert Skidelsky, John Gray, Galen Strawson, Angie Hobbs and Stephen Cave. We also organise debates, socials, and a regular reading g

5,787
Philosophers
November 26, 2005
Private

"Ma patrie, c'est la langue française" ainsi s'exprimait Albert Camus après avoir reçu le prix Nobel de littérature. Cette déclaration, restée célèbre, sert de point de départ à une réflexion sur les relations entre langue et patrie. LFR is a well e

609
Amis du LFR.
  • Subscribe to a feed of Philosophy and Education Meetup Groups:

Find a Philosophy and Education Meetup Group near you