Philosophy for Communities: Wednesday 19th January at Burngreave Library

Philosophy for Communities

Philosophy for Communities (P4C) is a way of having a stimulating and respectful discussion about a big question. This session will be informal, interactive and social. Warning! You might find you change your mind!

  • Wednesday 19th January: 10-11.30am.
  • Carwood Suite, Burngreave Library, 42 Spital Hill, Sheffield, S4 7LG.

Everyone can philosophise – come ready to find more questions than you do answers!

It will be a fun and lively discussion where you can explore some big ideas before choosing a question to dive into deeper thinking.

All welcome, no experience required.

This is a free session that’s open for anyone to attend.

Starting with a stimulus the group will be led through a structured but flexible process to find the question they want to discuss together. P4C gets you thinking creatively, critically, collaboratively and with care; thinking and talking together to delve into ideas more deeply.

“I love, love, love the respectful conversations and the insights, and challenges that arise.” Previous participant (Sheffield Year of Reading)

Facilitator Rosie Carnall has years of experience in P4C and loves getting people thinking, talking, listening and having fun.

This session is offered free for Burngreave Library as part of a community project with the Development Education Centre South Yorkshire (DECSY):

Please email to book a place or call into the library.


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