Food for Thought: Bruch and Talk with Joshua Ramey

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Food for Thought: Bruch and Talk with Joshua Ramey

18.00

We welcome you for the first of a series. Food for Thought is a way to bring stimulating conversation to the the breakfast table while building a strong and vibrant community. This month is brought to you by Josh Ramey and the topic "What do we Owe Each Other?"

What do we owe each other? Sometimes it's money. But usually it's a lot of other things: care, attention, time, effort, honor, devotion, allegiance, regard, respect... the list seems endless. And who is the "other" we owe? Is it just our lovers or family? God or the gods? Is it "society," whatever that might mean? What about plants, animals, the land, past, present, and future....

Join us for a thought-provoking brunch with Joshua Ramey who is a professor of philosophy. His research is in contemporary continental philosophy, critical social theory, political economy and political theology. We hope to inspire more meaningful conversation with our community, and we would be honored to hear your insights!

PLEASE sign up here OR RSVP by emailing goldenwellapiaries@gmail.com with the number in your party. Please let us know if your plans change as there will be a cap on attendance.

Requested donation: $18 (includes casual, lite fare brunch, tea and coffee as well as talk with discussion to follow)

More about Josh:

 

https://www.joshua-ramey.com/
https://www.grinnell.edu/users/rameyjos
https://www.rowmaninternational.com/book/politics_of_divination/3-156-c10d5ea3-3149-479b-87bf-03db7e5a7b2f
https://www.dukeupress.edu/the-hermetic-deleuze

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