#1001 Philosophical Discussion: Communication

01/09/2023 01:00 PM - 02:30 PM MT


Monday, January 9, 1:00 - 2:30pm

#1001 Philosophical Discussion: Communication

Moderator: Daryl Kuiper

When do words really mean what they say? How important are words anyway? Is it important to be understood, to communicate? How can you better ensure that you are being understood? Is being understood more important in verbal or in written communication? How can you better understand another person? These are struggles our society faces, and, sometimes, it is good to revisit our part in the problems so that we can minimize them. Come share with us, if you get my DRIFT!!


Philosophy is the love of knowledge. Daryl will act as moderator, but your views will be the substance of the discussion. You will either gain new insights or have your existing ones strengthened. This class will be an open discussion, so bring your opinions and ideas! A topic paper will be emailed to you to review before the class. The purpose of this paper is to stir your philosophical juices.


Daryl Kuiper, MA in Mathematics from the University of Nebraska, and a BA in Mathematics from the University of Colorado. He has been a teacher, business owner, plumbing inspector supervisor, and a school administrator.

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