The Dallas Philosophers Forum: Location and Times

Location and Directions:

The Dallas Philosophers Forum's Fall 2021 philosophy lecture series will take place via Zoom, and as soon as possible,  in the meeting room of Aboca's Italian Grill, 100 S Central Expy, Ste. 63, Richardson, TX 75080

Map:100 South Central Expressway, Richardson

Phone: (972) 231-7500

Aboca's Website:

Food orders will be taken no later than 7:15 PM, so if you wish to eat and discuss philosophy before the talk, please plan to arrive early.  Some people arrive by 6:00 PM.

Lecture Time:
The Dallas Philosopher's Forum meets the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month from September through May. (unless otherwise noted on the schedule.) There is no meeting the fourth Tuesday in December or the fourth Tuesday in May.

Lectures start promptly at 7:30 PM. Please arrive early so that we may be seated and start at 7:30. Members gather for dinner and discussion before the lecture starting as early as 6:00 PM.

Dallas Philosophers Forum gatherings begin with dinner and discussion for those who want to come an hour or so early, then a philosophy lecture followed by half an hour of questions from the audience. After the talks are over, everyone is encouraged to hang around and discuss the philosophical problems of the evening until the restaurant closes.

Lecture Cost:
Lecture cost is $5.00. Lecture admission does not include food or drinks at the restaurant. If you wish to eat, you must purchase your own food and drinks from the restaurant. The lectures are $2.00  for students with ID.  A six-month subscription is available for $35.00, which covers attendance for twelve meetings.  Attendance is free with membership. Please see our FAQ Page or inquire at our meetings for details.

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