I don't recall if I've written about this before; this might be a restatement. Anyway, if I were to advise someone on starting a philosophy circle if they've never been to one, this is the kind of introduction I'd suggest they give to their first members. It's of course better to actually go to a few meetings of one before starting a circle of one's own, but that's not always possible (groups might not exist or might not have slots free; groups tend to be best with 4-5 regulars and possibly 2-3 people rotating in in any given meeting).
Bootstrapping a Philosophy Circle
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