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Meetup : The future of rationality in Melbourne

0 Post author: Chriswaterguy 05 April 2017 02:32AM

Discussion article for the meetup : The future of rationality in Melbourne

WHEN: 09 April 2017 03:30:00PM (+1000)

WHERE: Henley Club, Melbourne, VIC

"The future of rationality in Melbourne"

Less Wrong Melbourne dojo, 9 April 2017

NOTE NEW VENUE (The Henley Club in central CBD)

THIS MONTH: A discussion on group dynamics, evidence behind movement growth, "evaporative cooling" of groups, incentives for old members vs incentives for new members, pros and cons of integration vs separation, culture control, mentorship and business opportunities.

Facilitated by Adam Karlovsky.

BRING: * An inquiring mind, and observations you may have on the topic. * Perhaps a snack to share. (Healthy snack choice is optional but welcome.)

WHEN: 3:30pm to 6:30pm (and then optional dinner). Come early to catch up, and the meeting proper will begin at 4pm sharp.

At about 6:30pm some of us generally head for dinner nearby, and you are welcome to join us.

WHERE: The Henley Club Level 1, 8 Rankins Lane, Melbourne CBD https://goo.gl/maps/vmFL6JeKQSD2

It's down a lane (off Little Bourke, near Elizabeth) and one flight up a stairwell. If you have trouble, text or call Adam on 0412 064 542.

Discussion article for the meetup : The future of rationality in Melbourne

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