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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).

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.

Our year of Plato starts 12 February

Bookings are now open for Summer evening classes starting the week of Monday, 12 February 2024.

The fire of our friendship burns brighter!
Invent a virtuous republican mythology and “The fire of our friendship burns brighter!”

If you are new to Plato then now is a good time to start. From Monday 12 February, we begin a program of courses through the year designed to develop a rounded introduction to the entire scope of Plato’s writings and ideas. This starts with a wonderfully engaging dialogue in Gorgias: persuasion power and passion. [BOOKINGS CLOSED]

If you are up for a challenge then our other offering for Summer term is to embark on a journey through the entire 10 books of Plato’s Republic [BOOKED OUT]. Ranging across politics, sociology, scientific method and the highest principles of philosophy, Plato’s Republic is always placed amongst the greatest works of our tradition. It will take us two 6-week terms to read and discuss the entire work. Don’t miss Part 1 starting Wednesday 14 February.

If you are planning to take at least a couple of classes this year then it is worthwhile first becoming a member. Membership is also a way to support the academy and to becoming more involved in its activities.