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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 usually takes place in the upstairs bar at the Two Chairmen, 39 Dartmouth Street, SW1H 9BP.

However, as Greene King have taken the decision to close all their central London pubs until the 5th January, and there is some uncertainty about new Covid regulations in England, we are holding the 4th January lecture only on Zoom; click on the title of the lecture and you will be taken to our Meetup page. 


*When the first Monday falls on a bank holiday, Kant's Cave will be on Tuesday.


Kant's Cave lectures 2022

TUE 4 Jan Tom Rubens Mental Suffering as a theme in European Philosophy
Mon 7 Feb Agustín Sánchez Cotta Transhumanism and its philosophical problems
Mon 7 Mar Malcolm Quinn The Philosopher in the Museum
Mon 4 Apr Bernard Hurley What has the predicate calculus ever done for you?
TUE 3 May Filiz Peach to be advised
Mon 6 Jun Alexandra Konoplyanik Philosophy of human wellbeing
Mon 4 Jul Christian Michel tba
TUE 2 Aug Tom Wartenberg tba
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