In this stimulating course we will examine major philosophical trends and contributions from great minds of our time. Keep your mind active, challenge your ideas about the universe and see the meaning of our existence from different perspectives. Students can join this course without having attended Part 1 and/ or 2.
***UPDATE – Due to coronavirus, course PP3T and PP3F will be taught online. Our highly knowledgeable tutor, Leo Chagligha, will be offering classes through Zoom with presentations and notes shared via email. There will be opportunities for online discussion and homework suggestions each session. Enrol below or email email@example.com
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Course Dates 2019 – 2020
Thursdays 7pm to 9pm – Leopold Chaligha
- 9 sessions 23 April £114 / £70 PP3T
Fridays 10am to 12noon – Leopold Chaligha
- 9 sessions 24 April £114 / £70 PP3F
New course dates will be available in our next Course Guide 2020 – 21 from Summer 2020
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