Bookings are now open forReading Plato in our “Twilight Term” starting Monday, 6 November [BOOKED OUT].
Reading Plato is a rounded introduction to Plato’s way of thinking. It is designed for beginners, but is also suitable for continuing students. Indeed, many of our members have enjoyed coming back to it after taking other courses. And this is why we have decided this time to offer it free to all Academy members. If you want to take up this offer, just let us know by email.
Join now and your membership will carry over to 2024.
(And while on the topic of members, we have an apology for no newsletter this month. While travelling in Greece, Bernie only has his old phone, which will not let him send emails from our members database 🙁
Late bookings for this tour will still be accepted at least until the end of August. All are welcome, even those who have never studied with us. And, as we are exiting from Athens (not Melbourne), participants can join us in Athens from anywhere else in the world. [BOOKINGS CLOSED]
Our celebratation of the end of the Winter Term will begin with a talk by Martin Black and a brief response by Bernie Lewin. Martin’s talk, “Sun, line and cave: Plato’s images of the relation between image and reality,” will present an understanding of the famous allegorical section of Plato’s Republic (p. 504-521).
Members, students, past students, family and friends are all welcome. RSVP essential for attendance.