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Further talks on major thinkers from Greek antiquity. We will trace the differences of approach taken by these philosophers down to the present day, particularly in relation to ethics. We will then open up the discussion to enable comparing approaches to the getting and attainment of wisdom advocated by a range of other historical and cultural groups (e.g. Hebrew, Roman, Christian, Taoist, Confucian, Buddhist, Indigenous). If you have any input about Greek and other ancient or modern cultures, please bring it along for discussion.
Barb hosts a lively discussion about a different topic on the first Friday each month at 10am in Glyn Davies Room (Room 22). Topics for the discussion are listed in the tab above "Courses for 2021" under "Community, Ethics & Ageing", and this is where you can enrol to join in this discussion
A social gardening group that meets on the second Thursday of each month. Bring a portable chair, a mug and a plate of food to share for morning tea. Things to share: plants, seeds, green or brown fingers, gardening problems.