Monthly Drinks and Publecture:
4th of March, 20:00-23:00, Café de Vergulde Kruik
Wednesday the 4th of March is the next monthly drinks and publecture in de Vergulde Kruik! This time we have prof. Stephen Harris joining us to talk about “Buddhism, Meditation and Philosophy”. There is of course room for discussion afterwards. After the talk we will be having our regular monthly drinks and we can all catch up! See you there!
Faculty Book Market:
10th of March, 10:00-16:00, Koffiekamer Zuid (van Wijkplaats 003)
It’s time again for the annual faculty book market! On the tenth of march hunderd of books await you at the Koffiekamer Zuid (van Wijkplaats)! Come take a look and choose from mystery novels to cookbooks, or maybe you choose one of our secret books and let yourself be surprised.
The event is from 10.00 till 16.00 and there will also be free coffee, tea and cookies. Hope to see you there!
18th of March, 20:00-23:00, Café de Keyzer
By now I hope everyone is familiar with the concept of our Philosophy Nights, if not, here is what it is: Philosophy nights are evening where we remember why we chose philosophy. It’s an evening with discussion and alcohol, just as the did in the old days. A few people who will speak, explain an idea they have, and then a discussion follows. You can sign up to be one of the speakers by e-mailing Symposion. Hope to see you there!
24th of March, 20:30-23:00, location TBA
There is another general meeting coming for you! A true well informed member of Symposion is always present at the general meeting, so we expect you there since you already read the newsletter, which shows you like to be well informed!
More information will follow in a formal email, but you can already save the date!
25th of March, 20:00-23:00, Café de Vergulde Kruik
The annual Quodlibet is finally here! For all our new members or members who never read the newsletters: Quodlibet is an event where students are invited to ask all sorts of questions ranging from philosophical concerns to life questions and other considerations to a panel of our very own professors. This year, prof. Thomas Fossen, prof. Rozemund Uljée and prof. Rosa Runhardt will be part of the panel and they will do their utmost best to satisfy our curiosity. As the professors are going out of their way to share this evening with us, we hope to see as many members as possible!