(A Reading of Moliere, Jean Francois de Troy, ca. 1728)
Join us in this new Honors discussion group to explore important ideas & critical issues, cultivate an intellectual community & advance global education!
monthly engaging & interactive debates in a flexible format open to all & next to campus
lightly moderated by Wolfgang Brauner, Academic Advisor at the Honors College (who created & successfully led the Philosophy Group at the Goethe Institut in Boston, discussing close to 100 books for almost a decade)
drinks & snacks provided
ifinterested, please email me so that I can get a sense of participation & can give you the address
Who’s going: Wolfgang Brauner, Elizabeth Gish, Elijah Gish, Craig Cobane, Ami Carter, Sam McFarland, Kelsey Mattingly, Whitney Allen, Amber Thompson, John Winstead, Lydia Hall, Leslie Baylis, Johnny Bergman, Stephanie Hammons, Mark Yager, JP Stovall (via Skype from Buenos Aires), Chelsea McCarty, Sarah Chace (Disclaimer: This is neither a definitive nor an exhaustive list)
The relativity of color or can you see that the two brown squares are the same color? "A thing is never seen as it really is." (Josef Albers (Bauhaus, Black Mountain College, Yale), Interaction of Color 1963)