Dustin Lane

Screen Shot 2015-07-11 at 11.48.10 AMDustin Lane- Chief Operations Officer

d@texasmillennialinstitute.org

Personal Influences: Henry David Thoreau, Milton Friedman, Johnny Carson, John Stuart Mill, Adam Smith, Rose Wilder Lane, Bob Lawson, and Jon Stewart
Favorite Acronym: LOL
Most important issues: technological innovation and creation, personal freedoms and civil liberties, police brutality, and free markets
Favorite Quote about Texas: “Some folks look at me and see a certain swagger, which in Texas is called walking” -George W. Bush

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Austin! Have you been looking for an opportunity to get together with a group to critically examine philosophical texts? Well, here's your chance.

Join us over drinks and casual discussion of Camus' essay "The Myth of Sisyphus." Sable will be leading us through the essay, socratic seminar style. Participants will join for an hour long discussion where we address open-ended questions based on the text, listen to each others comments and respond thoughtfully, and walk away with a better understanding of the topic at hand as well as connecting more with those who attend.

Let's search for meaning (whether it be futile or not) and decide to have coffee (instead of kill ourselves) together on Thursday, September 7th at 7:30pm. Your first drink will be on us!

*This event is open to anyone interested in having conducive dialogue about the essay at hand and those that agree to come prepared to engage on the text. Please read the essay beforehand (we'll provide a PDF on the page and hard copies in person).
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Socratic Happy Hour: The Myth of Sisyphus

September 7, 2017, 7:30pm - September 7, 2017, 9:30pm

Austin! Have you been looking for an opportunity to get together with a group to critically examine philosophical texts? Well, here's your chance. Join us over drinks and casual discussion of Camus' essay "The Myth of Sisyphus." Sable will be leading us through the essay, socratic seminar style. Participants will join for an hour long discussion where we address open-ended questions based on the text, listen to each others comments and respond thoughtfully, and walk away with a better understanding of the topic at hand as well as connecting more with those who attend. Let's search for meaning (whether it be futile or not) and decide to have coffee (instead of kill ourselves) together on Thursday, September 7th at 7:30pm. Your first drink will be on us! *This event is open to anyone interested in having conducive dialogue about the essay at hand and those that agree to come prepared to engage on the text. Please read the essay beforehand (we'll provide a PDF on the page and hard copies in person).

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