Humanities Washington: Cabin Fever Questions

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Presented by Humanities Washington at Unknown, Bainbridge Island WA

Mar 16 2020
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Jun 17 2020
Humanities Washington: Cabin Fever Questions

“With the right prompts, we believe social distancing can actually heighten social connection.

That’s why in these potentially isolating times, we’ve created this series designed to encourage you to explore important questions with your family, friends, and roommates. Created to be explored in-person or online, these questions are rooted in critical thinking, philosophy, and other humanities disciplines. After all, Netflix only goes so far.

 

 

DIG DEEPER:

-Is Truth Really Dead in America? (Full Speakers Bureau Talk) – What is a Good Life?
via Humanities Washington

-A Crisis Information Researcher from UW Reflects on COVID-19
via Medium

-Coronavirus Misinformation is Dangerous. Think Before You Share.
via The Guardian

-Surge of Virus Misinformation Stumps Facebook and Twitter
via The New York Times

 

 

DIG DEEPER:

-What is a Good Life?
via Crash Course Philosophy

-Why Are Hundreds of Harvard Students Studying Ancient Chinese Philosophy?
via The Atlantic

-What African Philosophy Can

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