New Meet-Up!

Yo! We’ve scheduled another meet-up at the Barnes and Noble in Rittenhouse Square! We’re falling back into feminist mode with this one, as we’re discussing Sartre’s rather presumptuous tone in his treatment of “bad faith.” Spread the word! Join the fun!


The Art of Exclusion: How Sartre’s Treatment of Bad Faith is Bad Philosophy

Saturday, Aug 25, 2018, 4:00 PM

Barnes & Noble
1805 Walnut Street Philadelphia, PA

2 Philosophers Attending

In his Existentialism, Sartre advocates for authenticity – for recognizing that one’s present self is not determined by one’s past behavior or some innate personality qualities; that we choose to perpetuate how it is we exist in relation to, and how it is we create with, our surroundings. To cover over this truth and exist under the pretense that “…

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And It Begins!

We’re super excited to announce that we’ve begun what we hope to be beautiful partnerships with the Bethesda Project and the Youth Emergency Services (YES!) here in Philly. We’ll begin teaching classes at YES! on July 9th, and at a Bethesda Project location to be determined on the 27th! We’ll keep you posted on how those events go and grow, so stayed tuned!!

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