Theory & Philosophy Reading Group: Albert Camus

There is but one truly serious philosophical problem and that is suicide. Come join us at Old Capitol Books for a discussion of Albert Camus’s The Myth of Sisyphus, in which he uses the Greek myth of the tragic figure of Sisyphus as the backdrop for his musings on the absurdity of life. One mustContinue reading “Theory & Philosophy Reading Group: Albert Camus”

Theory & Philosophy Reading Group: Marx’s Critique of Hegel

For November’s Theory & Philosophy Reading Group, we’re going to return to Karl Marx – this time looking at this critique of Hegel. Friday November 22 7pm Free and open to everyone From the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: This work is home to Marx’s notorious remark that religion is the ‘opiate of the people’, aContinue reading “Theory & Philosophy Reading Group: Marx’s Critique of Hegel”