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Exploring The Love Lives of a Few Philosophers
On Friday, January 18, Explorations Unlimited once again welcomes Mr. Jim Link who will discuss how a few good (?) women influenced a few neurotic (?) men and vice versa. Particular emphasis will be on Harriett Taylor's rescue of John Stuart Mill, Simone de Beauvoir's complex and bizarre connection with Jean - Paul Sartre, and the gruesome fate of Heloise and Abelard.
Mr. Link is a popular SAGE teacher for Prince George's Community College. He particularly enjoys the intelligence, good humor and sassiness of his Greenbelt students.
Explorations Unlimited is held every Friday from 1:00-3:00 pm at the Greenbelt Community Center. This presentation will be held in the Senior Classroom, room 114. Everyone is welcome to attend and questions are always encouraged. Please call 301-397-2208 for more information.
More About Greenbelt Community Center
The Greenbelt Community Center was built in 1937 as the original Elementary School. In 1995 it was established as a Recreation Department facility and is currently designated as a historic site by Prince George's County. This 55,000 square foot facility is home to the Greenbelt Adult Care Center, Greenbelt Co-Op Nursery School, Greenbelt News Review, Greenbelt Inter-generational Volunteer Exchange Services (GIVES), Greenbelt Museum, the City's Planning and Community Development department and the Greenbelt Access Television Studio (GATE). Unique facilities located at the Center include a senior lounge & game room, dance studio, gymnasium with stage, ceramic studios, artist's studios, commercial kitchen, art gallery, multipurpose room and rehearsal space. There is a variety of opportunities for facility rentals, summer camps, and recreation, fitness, senior, art and dance programs and classes.