SOCRATES CAFE: Invitation to participate in the second Socrates Café with founder Christopher Phillips

We are pleased to invite you to a series of online Socratic Cafés where you will have a unique opportunity to engage in philosophical dialogue with Christopher Phillips, the renowned founder of Socratic Cafés. The second session aims to explore the important question: “What role can and must each of us play in significantly reducing and ultimately eliminating gender inequality and violence against women and minorities?”

We remind you that everyone can participate in Socratic Cafés. Age, gender, education, religion, nationality, sexual orientation are not important, as everyone can benefit from life experience and wisdom. Those who participate in Socratic Cafés share the feelings of the philosopher Socrates, which involves passionate but fictional exchange of ideas.

Professor Phillips completed his master’s degree in Humanities, with a focus on philosophy, at the University of California in 2000. He also holds a master’s degree in Natural Sciences from Delta State University. Phillips earned his Ph.D. in Communications at Edith Cowan University in Australia. In 2012, he received the “Distinguished American Leadership Award”. He has also taught at New York University and the University of Pennsylvania.

Join us on March 4, 2024, at 6:00 PM via Zoom link:


 The event will be conducted in English, and translation is not provided.