August 24 The Meeting of the Osher Philosophical Society, by Dick Dahlberg
What is happiness? What is time? Philosophers and scientists have been wrestling with these questions for centuries, with limited success. But now, for the first time, both questions will be answered, as the Osher Philosophical Society considers the issues at two of their meetings. Happiness is more than a double scoop of chocolate ice cream. Time is more than 24/7 or 9-to-5. How much more? Albert Einstein will help in this regard.
Director: Katie Keller has worked and lived internationally, settling in San Diego in 2008. During the 1990s and 2000s, she was known as an artist for her collaboration at the Natural History Museum, Oxford, England, and taught at university level in the UK. She holds degrees from Vanderbilt University, Trinity University, and Central St. Martins College of Art, London, and is currently working on a PhD on the Psychology of Creativity at Saybrook University. She has written plays and performed at various events through Osher and in the community.
8/24/2022 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Included with membership, no registration required.