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Exploring Ethical Humanism: “Albert Camus” w/ David Sprintzen (Online)
May 20 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Albert Camus – novelist, journalist and an influential humanist active in the post WW2 era. His novel “The Plague” has had a revival this year because of its obvious relevance to today’s challenges and its powerful humanist message.
Special Guest speaker Dr. David Sprintzen is a member of the Long Island Ethical Humanist Society and retired philosophy professor. David is a leading expert on Albert Camus and wrote two books about him.
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These discussions of Ethical Culture beliefs and practices are for newcomers and long-time members alike. We explore the history, ideals, and current interests of the Ethical Society community and our place in the philosophical/religious firmament. Leader Dr. Joe Chuman moderates.
About Together at 2: Every weekday at 2:00 pm, Ethical Culture will offer a live broadcast and gathering. It may be a meditation session, a book reading circle, shared poetry, a study group or a class run by one of our Leaders, Joe Chuman or Richard Koral.
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