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Begins Monday 18th May at 7:30pm via Zoom

"The unexamined life is not worth living...."

This new Plato course is offered as a companion course to the long standing study of Plato in the school.

The course over five weekly sessions, will deal with the great ideas Plato has introduced to the world, such as Dialectic, Divided line, Justice, Immortality of the soul and Plato's Forms.

All of this against a background of Plato's extraordinary teacher, Socrates and his pursuit of truth, as the most practical guide to leading a good life.

What is the Philosophy of Plato, what marks it out?

What is the connection between Plato and Socrates?

What relevance, if any, does Plato have in our world today?

Join us for a useful insight to the father of western philosophy.

Classes start week beginning Monday 18th May 7:30pm. They are held via Zoom video and are 75 mins long. You will be sent a Zoom link to join the class at that regular time each week over 5 weeks.

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