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Kant's Cave

Two Chairmen, Dartmouth Street, WestminsterOn the first Monday* of every month the PFA meets at Kant's Cave at 7.30 pm for a lecture, debate and social evening. This takes place in the upstairs bar at the Two Chairmen, 39 Dartmouth Street, SW1H 9BP.

However, during the pandemic, we have been holding Kant's Cave meetings on Zoom and we don't want to stop providing this means of access for people unable to attend meetings in person, so we are also providing a Zoom link; click on the title of the lecture and you will be taken to our Meetup page. 

We have now held a couple of hybrid meetings and we are fine-tuning the way we do it.  We are getting there!

*This had been the first Wednesday for many years, but Wednesday is a busy night for pubs now due to office workers tending to work at home on Mondays and Fridays.


Kant's Cave lectures 2021

Wed 1 Sep Anja Steinbauer Androids, Drones and Self Driving Cars: The Ethics of AI (guided discussion)
Mon 4 Oct Kieran Quill Is philosophy dangerous? (guided discussion) Click here for Kieran's notes.
Mon 1 Nov John Holroyd Science and religion: Some signposts in the maze
Mon 6 Dec tba tba
Photograph of Two Chairmen, Dartmouth Street, Westminster © Copyright Andrew Abbott and licensed for reuse under the Creative Commons Licence