We’ll discuss the main ideas and the spirit of the most extensively published and widely read text in the history of political thought: The Communist Manifesto. Everybody is welcome. Feel free to come with your lunch. Slides of the 1st talk can be found at our site https://fermisocietyofphilosophy.wordpress.com/ .
Do you like soup and salad? This is an opportunity to enjoy a healthy soup and salad lunch hosted by you. All you have to do is bring an ingredient that you like in your tossed salad or a soup to share and then we eat. Join us on Thursday, March 15th at Noon, Wilson Hall, 1st Floor, One East. RSVP email@example.com by March 14th.
The Bible Exploration for Lunch League invites you to join us in viewing the documentary video “Revolutionary: Michael Behe and the Mystery of Molecular Machines” (http://revolutionarybehe.com) the next two Tuesdays at noon. On March 13 we meet in the Woodshed on Wilson Hall’s 7th floor crossover to watch the first half, and on March 20 we meet in the Quarium on the 8th floor crossover to watch the second half. For more information see https://orgs.fnal.gov/bell or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us for English Class! Improve your English language skills and practice speaking English English Classes are for English language learners of all levels and are open to Fermilab for employees, users, contractors and their families. Conversational English Class Come and practice conversational English with us. We will discuss current events and articles in the news. This class meets on Tuesdays in the Users Center. Lunchtime English Class Come and improve your English fluency. We are currently working on pronunciation and grammar. Lunchtime English meets on… More »
The previous year was the 100th anniversary of the Russian Bolshevik revolution and 150th anniversary of “The Capital”, while this one is the 200th anniversary of the birth of Karl Marx. The series of 5 talks I am going to give is associated with the man, who, alas, turned the world upside down. During the first talk, I will demonstrate current popularity of Marx and briefly review the most interesting books and articles on his doctrine. The next talks will… More »
Hello folks! We are gearing up to restart the Italian courses in collaboration with CAIF. Please add your name HERE editing the spreadsheet. This will help us organize the courses (number of days, type of lessons, etc.) For questions and concerns feel free to email email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
On Jan. 19 from noon-1 p.m. in WH4NW, a European collaboration of philosophers, sociologists, and psychologists will present their research on how scientists can be surveyed and discuss their survey prepared for large lab employees. Short talks by Prof. S. Perovic and Dr. V. Sikimic will be followed by a free-form discussion. All materials and details are at https://fermisocietyofphilosophy.wordpress.com . Everybody is welcome, feel free to come with your lunch.
Future robots will probably be more intelligent than C3PO. Come find out why. Join us on Wednesday, January 17, 2018 in Curia II (WH2SW) at 12pm to discuss papers, challenges, and ideas in deep learning and artificial intelligence.
The Bible Exploration for Lunch League is moving their meetings back to Tuesdays at noon for 2018. On January 9 we will begin a new study using Ray Vanderlaan’s “That The World May Know” series volume 12, Walking with God in the Desert. All are welcome to join us in the Woodshed on the crossover of Wilson Hall’s 7th floor. For more information see https://orgs.fnal.gov/bell/ or contact email@example.com.
Discussion of Dec. 8 talk “Whence Evil?”