Autumn Term bookings now open

Plato’s Republic Part 2 from Wednesday, 17 April | Platonic Esoteric geometry weekend immersion on 11 & 12 May

Preparations for Geometry Part 2

This special hands-on Geometry weekend (11-12 May) will be made suitable for both beginners and continuing students.

Plato’s Republic Part 2 (from 17 Apr) does not require completion of Part 1 and it covers the famous philosophical passages of this most famous book.

Reading Plato: An Introduction to Philosophy will run in Winter Term from Monday 17 June (bookings open).

Geometry in the Sacred Architecture of Melbourne | Part II | St Paul’s Cathedral

Study tour | 3pm – 4.30 pm, Saturday 16 March | St Paul’s Cathedral, Flinders Street Melbourne | Tour numbers limited: RSVP essential for attendance | UPDATE: pictures from the tour |

Dynamic pentagrams, Saint Paul’s Cathedral, Melbourne

For the Summer Term break-up, Arthur Andronas will guide us through the sacred geometry of St Paul’s Cathedral.

Two years ago, on our first Melbourne Sacred Geometry Study Tour, there was so much to see at St Patrick’s Cathedral (see here and here) that we never made it to St Paul’s. On this tour Arthur with share the special knowledge of the Cathedral that he has aquired through the restoration process.

Family and friends are welcome. RSVP essential for attendance.

Summer Term starting soon.

Places are still available for evening classes starting next week (Monday 12 February 2024).

On Mondays, Gorgias: persuasion power and passion is suitable for beginners and continuing students. [BOOKINGS CLOSED]

On Wednesdays, join us on the journey through the entire Repubic of Plato [BOOKED OUT].

Plato’s Republic includes many famous passages like the Allegory of the Cave.