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A Night of Philosophy & Ideas in Norfolk, Virginia

Part of Philosophical Marathons Across the US!

Virginia’s first-ever Night of Philosophy & Ideas will ponder this year’s central theme, “Being Alive” exploring humanity’s relationship with the world and other species. The majestic central atrium at Slover Library in Norfolk will set the stage for a 12-hour marathon of lectures and performances on topics such as human resiliency, sea-level rise, wellness, and ecological solutions in Hampton Roads and beyond. 

The event will take place from 7pm on January 25 until 7am on January 26. More information and full program at: sloverlibrary.com/alive.

This event is free and open to the public. 

A Night of Philosophy & Ideas in Norfolk is presented by Old Dominion University, the Slover Library Foundation and the Cultural Services of the French Embassy. 

This event is made possible with major support from the Open Society Foundations.