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Philosophy & Religion

Exercise the grey matter and get to grips with some of the fundamental questions that have challenged and troubled some of the world’s greatest thinkers. And discover how they answered them. Our central CBD location means we are easily accessible by public transport, our tutors are knowledgeable and welcoming.

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The Works of Spinoza

One of the towering philosophers of the 17th century, and described by Bertrand Russell as “the noblest and most lovable of all the great philosophers”; Spinoza’s work investigates some of the deepest questions of philosophy; he made significant contributions to understanding the human mind, the emotions, moral philosophy and politics. This... [More]
$270 Limited / $243

<p>One of the towering philosophers of the 17th century, and described by Bertrand Russell as “the noblest and most lovable of all the great philosophers”; Spinoza’s work investigates some of the

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21 Apr

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Philosophy of Democracy

Astra Taylor (2019) quipped that 'Democracy may not exist but we will miss it when it’s gone': a timely remark in the current world situation. Study the philosophical and historical roots of Democratic systems; why they emerge and why they falter. We will discuss the core elements which make a Democracy ‘democratic’, and then test various kinds of... [More]
$270 Limited / $243

<p>Astra Taylor (2019) quipped that 'Democracy may not exist but we will miss it when it’s gone': a timely remark in the current world situation. Study the philosophical and historical roots of

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24 Apr

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Fallacies: The Pathology of Bad Arguments

Someone claims that you have committed a ‘slippery-slope fallacy’. You think it is completely reasonable to say that if we allow X then Y will follow. So... are all slippery-slopes fallacies? This practical course has 3 main components: to learn how to: Identify the most common fallacies; Evaluate whether alleged fallacies are really fallacious;... [More]
$192 Limited / $173

<p>Someone claims that you have committed a ‘slippery-slope fallacy’. You think it is completely reasonable to say that if we allow X then Y will follow. So... are all slippery-slopes fallacies? This

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07 May

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Epistemology: The Theory of Knowledge

We all think we ‘know’ many things, and are guided by our knowledge in our everyday lives. But what is “knowledge”? What does it mean to ‘know’, and how does ‘knowledge’ relate to evidence, truth, belief, expectation, and mere remembering? Is there ‘objective’ knowledge ‘out there’, so to speak, just waiting to be known? And how do we know that we... [More]
$125 Limited / $113

<p>We all think we ‘know’ many things, and are guided by our knowledge in our everyday lives. But what is “knowledge”? What does it mean to ‘know’, and how does ‘knowledge’ relate to evidence, truth

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12 May

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Does God Exist?

A walk through the basics of knowledge, analysing the arguments for/against God’s existence, and explaining why the ‘theism vs naturalism’ debate is a false dichotomy. DELIVERY MODE This class will be delivered online via the online platform Zoom. This course requires students to have an email, a reliable internet connection, a microphone/speakers... [More]
$125 Limited / $113

<p>A walk through the basics of knowledge, analysing the arguments for/against God’s existence, and explaining why the ‘theism vs naturalism’ debate is a false dichotomy.<br/><p><br/><strong>DELIVERY

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26 May
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Due to this class being moved to an online platform, it is now being conducted over 3x 2hour sessions instead.

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World Religions

Renowned academic walks students through the basics of religion and its importance, how religion should be studied, and covers, from scientific, philosophical, historical, and sociological perspectives, several ‘Western’ and ‘Eastern’ religious traditions. DELIVERY MODE This class will be delivered online via the online platform Zoom. This course... [More]
$125 Limited / $113

<p>Renowned academic walks students through the basics of religion and its importance, how religion should be studied, and covers, from scientific, philosophical, historical, and sociological

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16 Jun
Online Platform
Due to this class being moved to an online platform, it is now being conducted over 3x 2hour sessions instead.

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Who Was Jesus?

Renowned academic walks students through Christian and non-Christian views of Jesus, finally tackling the controversial debate over his very existence. We shall also expose the false dichotomy that people must be sure that Jesus either did or did not exist, introducing the increasingly fashionable ‘agnostic position’. DELIVERY MODE This class will... [More]

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