Simon Critchley & Guests
Philosophy for Kids

Sun, Mar 11 at 2-4pm
Brooklyn Public Library

Workshops • Ages 6-12 • 30-min sessions

Free

Bring your budding intellectual to explore some of life’s biggest questions!

Acclaimed philosopher Simon Critchley, along with a group of guest philosophers—Joseph Lemelin, Dora Suarez, Brandyn Heppard, and Jennifer Morton—will lead a series of discussions at the Brooklyn Public Library where young thinkers will be invited to ponder timeless philosophical questions. Curiosity, imagination, and reflection will reign free during these workshops!

This year, parents can also participate. In a concurrent seminar, they will be invited to discuss issues at the intersection of philosophy and parenting.

Free & open to the public

Brooklyn Public Library, Central Library
10 Grand Army Plaza,
Brooklyn, NY 11238

Co-presented with Brooklyn Public Library.

About the Artist

Simon Critchley is a Hans Jonas Professor at the New School for Social Research. His books include Very Little… Almost Nothing, Infinitely Demanding, The Book of Dead Philosophers, The Faith of the Faithless, The Mattering of Matter, Bowie, Memory Theatre, and Notes on Suicide. Simon is moderator of “The Stone,” a philosophy column in The New York Times, to which he is a frequent contributor.