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Greg Scorzo - The art of thinking discussion series (ext event)


The 'Art of Thinking' sessions are run by philosopher Dr Greg Scorzo, editor of 'Culture on the Offensive' (https://www.cultureontheoffensive.com/).

In this session Dr Scorzo discusses

"The Generation Gap"

6:30 for 7pm


Are you fed up with being labelled a snowflake? Or are you fed up with the digital age of social media? How big is today’s generation gap? After the birth of the internet are we really living in the age of instant gratification or is the previous generation just bitter and getting left behind?

Watch clips, listen to a talk, have some discussion led by the entertaining and insightful philosopher, Dr Greg Scorzo.

Then carry on with some long rambling conversations in the bar until 9.30pm

No experience of academic philosophy is needed. Each session stands alone – come to as many as you wish.

Tickets on door or via Eventbrite £5.00 or £3.00 low wage/ concessions. https://www.cultureontheoffensive.com/generation-gap/

Location: LCB Depot, Rutland St, Leicester
Date: Thursday, 17 January 2019
Time: 18:30 GMT
Access: Public
Category: (i) External event of interest*
Created by: Public Access ( by LSS editor )
Updated: Monday, 7 January 2019 16:58 GMT
Attachments: None

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