Philosophy at the Farm: Aesthetics

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Explore the meaning of aesthetics in a discussion led by Dr Robert Anderson. Bring your own picnic and a blanket to Blackheath Community Farm.

2pm Sunday 8th March, 2020

Blackheath Community Farm, 60 Thirroul Avenue, Blackheath

This is a free event for young people aged 16 – 30

The third in a series of discussions in philosophy at Blackheath Community Farm led by Dr Robert Anderson. Bring your own picnic and a blanket to Blackheath Community Farm and employ your critical thinking to explore the depths and meaning of aesthetics.

About your teacher:

Dr Robert Anderson has over 15 years experience teaching philosophy and critical thinking in Universities. He has designed and taught undergraduate units in Critical Thinking, Formal Logic, the Philosophy of Language, Free Will and Religion. His major teaching and research areas are in critical thinking & informal logic; free will and the divine foreknowledge dilemma; and applied epistemology. Robert has received awards for excellence in teaching and often uses movie themes as philosophical thought-experiments to enhance understanding. He loves helping students grapple with complexity and use philosophy to reason and argue better.