The Philosophy of Inception Movie Night

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Come along to watch Christopher Nolan’s Inception and bring a meal for a potluck dinner afterwards to discuss the movie with guest Dr Robert Anderson.

4pm Saturday 15th February, 2020

The Big Fix, 101 Wentworth Street, Blackheath

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

Join us in watching the Inception movie and discuss the film and its philosophical questions over a shared potluck dinner. We will be joined by Dr Robert Anderson, a philosophy lecturer and expert on Inception analysis.

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.

Categories: Philosophy