Join us on 10 December for the LSE Philosophy Christmas Party, featuring live music from The Critique of Pure Rhythm.
With Michaelmas Term drawing to a close and the Holiday Season just around the corner what better way to celebrate than with a (philosophical) rock ‘n’ roll extravaganza courtesy of our house band, The Critique of Pure Rhythm?
Doors open at 6:30pm and everybody’s welcome!
From the reviews:
‘LSE Philosophy parties have but one aim: the greatest hangover for the greatest number.’ J. Bentham writing in Time Out
‘I boogied from the motive of duty’. I. Kant, writing in the Judgment of the Critique
‘There ain’t no possible world in which you won’t enjoy this party’. D. Lewis, in Philosorappical Logic
‘I danced so much I lost my Self’ D. Parfit, Reasons and Parties