Spring 2021 enrolments now open

Stone relief depicting  the destruction of the Jewish Second Temple in 70 AD, Arch of Titus, Rome.
When Christianity and Judaism went their separate ways:
Destruction of the 2nd Temple, 70 AD (Arch of Titus)

Enrolments are now open for Spring evening classes starting the week of Monday, 23 August 2021.

Those new to philosophy, or new to Plato, would best take our foundation course, Reading Plato (Wednesdays, classroom & online).

For those who missed out last year, Platonism and Christianity is on again. If you are curious about the origins of Christianity, and especially its origins in Hellenistic philosophy, then this course might be for you (Mondays, online).

For continuing students, there is a new course exploring the fantastic psycho-physical cosmology and cryptic mathematical passages of Plato’s famous Timaeus. We then continue on to the Critias and finish with its account of Atlantis.

See more on the Courses page.