Friday, December 16, 2016, at 7 p.m.
On Friday, November 25, we had our first meeting: an occasion to speak about Arthur Schopenhauer's philosophy and its influence on the young Nietzsche. Now it's time to start the discussion on "The Birth of Tragedy", a key book to understand Nietzsche's aesthetics. So, on Friday, Dec. 16., we will concentrate on the first part of that book: on the very origin of Greek tragedy. (Please read sections 1-7)
FAQs: I can't attend the whole seminar. Can I just attend one or two meetings?
- Yes, of course. You're welcome. Nevertheless, try to read the sections that we will discuss during the meeting.
How much does it cost?
- Admission free! Consider, though, that the Theatre Dionysos et Apollon is run by an association of artists living in Athens. You're welcome to make a small donation.
Is the cafe-philo only for philosophers?
- Not at all! It's for everyone interested in philosophy.
My English is not that good... is it a problem?
- Relax! The discussions are held in English, but participants can read the bibliography in their own languages. Notice also that many participants are from all over the world. If you can understand and speak English, no matter how slowly, then you can attend the meetings!
And where's the book?
- Follow this link.
Place: Theatre Dionysus and Apollo
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