The Brooklyn Public Library’s Central Branch might not be the first place you’d think of when imaging an all-night rager, but maybe that should change.
At 7pm on Saturday, January 27th, the library is hosting a 12-hour philosophy marathon they’ve named A Night of Philosophy and Ideas. The free event is open to the public and will include food (that you’ll have to pay for), live music, academic talks on a variety of philosophical disciplines, and a keynote lecture from George Yancy, a professor from Emory University and the editor of the The Philosophy of Race series.
Finally, your love of all night partying and your love of nerding out about philosophy can combine for the best night of your freakin life.
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