Life today means we always have a screen available to us
How does this affect how you interact with strangers, public art pieces and intersection design? How will our society be changed by the constant presence of screens?
Co-sponsored by the Port Moody Public Library.
- Tune in tomorrow, The New Philosopher
In retirement from teaching, Marilyn has been able to explore her creative side, publishing a novel, writing poetry, and doing photography. If she had a life to live over, she would indulge her interest in philosophy, but since this is not likely, she organizes and has lead discussions for a Humanist group. At present as a Lay Chaplain, and member of a Unitarian Worship Services Committee, she enjoys planning and leading services.
About the Philosophers' Café
Philosophers’ Café is a series of informal public discussions in libraries, cafés and restaurants throughout Metro Vancouver. The cafés, which are open to everyone, have brought dialogue and discussion to thousands of people who are interested in exploring issues from the absurd to the sublime. To learn more about the Philosophers’ Café, please visit their website.