CAPITAL DISTRICT HUMANIST SOCIETY BOOK SEMINARFall 2017 Schedule
Meetings are held from 1:30 - 3:30 p.m., on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month from September through early June with occasional exceptions, and holiday recesses. They will be held in room 104 of the Campus Center, Sage College, Albany, unless otherwise noted at the site.
Next session will be Thursday, May 24, 1:30 - 3:30 in Room 104 of Sage Campus Center, Albany.
We are reading Kenan Malik’s The Quest for a Moral Compress. We are up to Chapter 5, to be moderated by Joel. I will do chapter 6.
Today’s session had strong attendance, including two newbies. Everyone participated.
I’ve been reading Harari’s Homo Deus, A Short History of Tomorrow. A kind of sequel to his Sapiens that we read, it is really a meditation on the human condition and psychology. I mention it because it is chock full of material that I think would make for good discussions in our group. In fact, so much so that we might never get to the end of it. (Often I write a blog commentary about a book. This one has already prompted me to draft up FOUR of them on interesting topics — and I’m not even halfway through it!)F.R.
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