We organize series of open meetings – ‘Philosophical walks inspired by the” Peripatetic School “of Aristotle. Philosophy must come out of the abstract and elitist border and once again become an everyday tool that will help us to pose the right questions and find functional answers. Our aim is the direct communication and the exchange of ideas, concerns and proposals and how best to overcome them, for the issues that concern us.

The first “Philosophical Walk” held on May 18, 2013 and it was a very interesting experience for all who attended. Peripatetic philosophers climbed on the top of the hill of Muses and the revived direct democratic philosophical debate took place until after sundown. The impressions were excellent and all the attendees expressed their desire the philosophical walks to be continue. It is an excellent opportunity for us to meet each other and look ourselves in the eyes and not on the computer screens! The meeting of people of goodwill and thinking portends many significant events of cultural and social character. We got no film, but we have photographic material:

Με μεγάλη επιτυχία διεξήχθη ο πρώτος φιλοσοφικός περίπατος. Την ημέρα των Μουσείων, το Κοινωνικό Δίκτυο Θετικής Ενάργεια…

Geplaatst door Ioannis Avgoustatos op zaterdag 18 mei 2013

The second “Philosophical Walk” was held on Sunday, October 13, 2013 in Acropolis area again. We crossed the D. Areopagitou road and we ended auditorium, behind the church of St Dimitrios Loubardiaris. The ride ended in a nice cafe where the dialectic discussion was continued.
The third “Philosophical Walk” took place on Sunday, June 1, and the topic of discussion was “Happiness and bliss in times of crisis.” Many friends filled the auditorium and we made a very lively and interesting discussion. You can see the last two philosophical walks videos on youtube :