New York Today: Street Philosophy
The New York Times, 1.18.18
Here’s something you might not expect to find at a farmers’ market or street parade: philosophy. For nearly two years, Ian Olasov, a doctoral candidate in philosophy at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York and the founder of Brooklyn Public Philosophers, has set up an “Ask-a-Philosopher” booth in places like Union Square. There, he and fellow philosophers help passers-by with questions tougher than how to get where they are going.
Submitted on: JAN 18, 2018
Category: GC Press Coverage | Philosophy