Greek Intensive – Section Three: The Philosophy of Plato and Aristotle

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This event is running from 16 September 2021 until 16 December 2021. It is next occurring on October 28, 2021 5:30 pm

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Greek Intensive – Section Three:
The Philosophy of Plato and Aristotle
Thursday Evenings – 5:30-7:30PM PDT
September 16 – December 16
agora foundation online great books seminar
Online Greek Intensive Section Three – The Philosophy of Plato and Aristotle
Isocrates, the Greek rhetorician, once remarked that what makes one an Athenian is not the blood that runs through one’s veins, but the ideas in one’s mind. How can we access this ancient world, with some aspects so foreign and others so familiar, and discover foundations that changed the trajectory of civilization. This series is developed in four sections: 1) Gods and Epics, 2) Tragedy and Comedy, 3) Plato and Aristotle, 4) History. Attendees will gain a deep understanding of Greek life through some of its greatest authors, and will be better able to see the profound influence the Greeks have had on the entirety of the west and the world. These thirteen online seminars will take place on Thursday evenings, 5:30-7:30PM Pacific Time.
All reading materials will be supplied and sessions will be facilitated by tutors experienced in shared inquiry and the Socratic method. One need not have attended Sections One and Two to participate in Section Three. Groups will be limited to 12 participants and no prior knowledge is required. Teachers will be offered 3 CEU credits for participation.
This Thirteen-Week Series is $600. Community of Lifelong Learners subscribers receive a discount of $100 through a refund. Click here to register.
Scholarships are available for teachers.


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