Philosophy
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Philosophy Discussion Group (in Washington, D.C.)

Are you fascinated by philosophy?

Would you like to join a discussion group of philosophy lovers who meet monthly in downtown Washington?

The Washington Spinoza Society is a diverse group of attorneys, philosophers, mathematicians, and others who share a love of the search for wisdom. The group is devoted to philosophy generally, and, especially, to the study of Baruch Spinoza, the 17th century Dutchman who inspired such thinkers as Goethe and Einstein.

Meetings are held once a month from September through May.

The Goethe-Institute Washington
812 7th St., N.W.
at 7th and I Sts., N.W.
one block north of the Chinatown Metro stop

If you have any questions, please contact:
Daniel Spiro
202.616.3898
creedroom@danielspiro.com

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