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Welcome Remarks/Celebration of Poetry @FORum 7-2-2017

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Oratory 7-2-2017 “A Rational Moral Community”

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July 2017 Eudaimonist uploaded (newsletter)

Read our July 2017 newsletter here.

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April 2017 Eudaimonist uploaded (newsletter)

Read FOR’s April 2017 Eudaimonist here. Great new poem by our member/trustee Erik Bauer. Essay “On Robots” by our founder, Martin Cowen  

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And speaking of the beautiful

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Watch this video. You’ll love it.

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This is the kind of thing FOR does!~

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Carnegie Deli to close after 80 years

The Founder of the Fellowship of Reason, a fan of Carnegie Deli, appears at 26 seconds during this news feature shot on December 28, 2016. If the video fails to load, click the “this” link in the preceding sentence.

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FOR’s December 2016 Newsletter is published today!

FOR’s December 2016 newsletter, The Eudaimonist, is published today. Read the important essay starting on page 3, “Does Reason Work?” You’ll be surprised at the answer.  

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Yale Courses: Dante’s Divine Comedy

Fellowship of Reason is famous for our continuing adult education. We sometimes call ourselves philomaths, autodidacts, and bibliophiles. We are going to start reading Dante’s Divine Comedy with the help of this Yale professor.  

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