What happened when philosophers set up a public booth to answer anyone’s question

On the longest day of 2018, a group of philosophers went to Socrates Sculpture Park, Queens, to offer their wares to the public. Next to a large “Ask-a-Philosopher,” sign, Ian Olasov, a bespectacled, gregarious philosophy doctoral candidate at the the City University of New York, and a handful of colleagues set up a table and promised to philosophically answer any questions posed.

Several people asked whether life had meaning, and if so, what it might be. “Well, what do you mean by...

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