Was a rousing success! Thank you from the bottom of our philosophical hearts to those who presented this past Saturday. Below is a link to our new Chop Shop page, where our series will be housed. And below that is the video of our first installment in the series. Be on the look out for our next installment shortly after it takes place on October 11th. We’ll be discussing the layered nature of bodies! And if you like what you see, consider donating to our foundation through our fundraising page to ensure that we may continue making quality academic resources more accessible for those interested in philosophy!
Helloooo! Here are a couple pics from this past Saturday’s “This is Philly Philosophy” mini-conference we co-hosted with our friends from the Philadelphia Philosophy Meet-up Group. Also, enjoy this video of your philosopher-in-chief’s performance piece/4-point plan for the advancement of American wisdom. You know you want to join in on the fun next go ’round!
Hello All! The LCP Foundation is teaming up with the local Philadelphia Philosophy Meet-up Group to co-host a mini-conference celebrating Philly’s philosophy scene at the Good Karma Café on Pine Street, August 24th from 6 pm to 9pm! It will run like a traditional conference with paper presentations and discussion. But we are also opening up the platform to include alternative philosophical approaches, such as poetry, paintings, music, etc. Come join the fun!
The Daily Nous has featured us in the Heap of Links section! We greatly appreciate their appreciation of what we’re trying to accomplish. Please donate today so we can give ’em more to talk about! We’re really hoping to be able to donate a library package this summer, so be sure to check out our fundraising page!
Howdy y’all! Wonderful news to share: the IRS has recognized our tax exemption status! Any donation you make to the LCP Foundation may now be deducted from your taxes! Please check out our current GoFundMe page. We’re behind on our office rent. Once we secure that money, we can move onto funding actual libraries and acquiring talent to help create courses to accompany our library packages!