This is the section of a website where you’re supposed to have some clear and concise three-paragraph essay explaining all the important parts of who you are and what you do.
Well, we don’t have that.
Though it’s not for lack of trying, we’ve never managed to fit what PFC is into some clear and concise box, or at least not one that would be anywhere near comprehensive.
And so, we decided to try something different. We decided, instead, to make a list.
Here, then, is the incomplete, unclear, and likely-soon-to-change list of things about PFC:
The List of Things About PFC
-If you had to boil PFC down into its most basic form, there would be two main components: a quest and a community.
-The quest is pretty simple. It’s a quest to find story in the world of ideas. To learn more about it, start here.
-The community element is a bit more complex; although, isn’t that true of all communities worth being a part of?
-To describe the community element, we like to say that PFC is committed to being a community that enables people to engage in conversations of significance.
-There’s no clear criteria for what makes something a conversation of significance as opposed to an ordinary, run-of-the-mill conversation. Really, that’s something each of us has to judge for ourselves. But, in general, a conversation of significance contains something meaningful, something lasting, something that matters.
-Somewhat related to the quest component, PFC is about the endeavor to discover how the abstract is made manifest in the material.
Things That Move Us
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