CPFL's Café Filosófico starts its annual activities next week, on March 8, with the module "The 7 capital pleasures – sins and virtues of today". The series of debates discusses human actions in the modern world according to the view of specialists from several areas.
"The primordial evil: our daily pride" is the first debate, led by historian Leandro Karnal, Ph.D. in Social History from the University of São Paulo, professor at Unicamp, and author of several books. In the second meeting, to be held on March 15, the philosopher and professor at Unicamp Oswaldo Giacoia addresses "Laziness and melancholy" in the post-industrial society.
The series is closed by "When is too much is not enough: avarice in the contemporary world", a debate mediated by doctor and professor at Unicamp, José Alves de Freitas Neto, on March 22.
CPFL Cultura (Rua Jorge Figueiredo Corrêa, 1632, Chácara Primavera, Campinas – SP)
Free admission, no tickets sold in advance, from 6PM onward.
Broadcast online at www.cpflcultura.com.br/aovivo
Information: 19 3756-8000
- www.cpflcultura.com.br/aovivo, users can watch the lectures and participate in the discussions via chat, even sending questions to speakers.
The recordings of CPFL's Café Filosófico, in Campinas, are always on Fridays, at 7PM, being broadcast live at www.cpflcultura.com.br/aovivo.