3 courses

Taster - Philosophy - School of Ideas

This course will be delivered online. An introduction to our series of courses, from the Ancient Greeks to Contemporary Post Modernists explore the key ideas that have shaped and changed world views. If you have a special interest in philosophy and the history of ideas of or are seeking an introduction to this area of learning we have a broad range of courses to inspire you.

11/06/2021 - Fri (11:00-13:00) - ONLINE COURSE, see Additional Information - 1 weeks - £0.00 - C01377-202101

The Legacy of Nietzsche

This course will be delivered online. If God is dead then Nietzsche remains alive in the billions of words that in books, theses and dissertations that never cease to explore and expound his thinking. What is very instructive is to see where people have taken his ideas and how they have been developed. We will look at key concepts such as Apollonian and Dionysian The Herd Ressentiment Perspectivism and explore what thinkers like Camus, Adorno and Horkheimer and Richard Rorty took from Nietzsche and how they developed his...

08/06/2021 - Tue (11:00-13:00) - ONLINE COURSE, see Additional Information - 6 weeks - £79.00 - C02671-202101

The Philosophy of Kierkegaard

This course will be delivered online. 'A love affair is always an instructive theme regarding what it means to exist,' This course provides an introduction to some of the key themes of the work of Soren Kierkegaard. It places these in the context of his biography, as well as exploring Kierkegaard's problematizing of the philosophical and theological traditions he inherits. Philosophy is a word that sits strangely in relation to Kierkegaard and some argue it more accurate to think of his texts as literature or theology. Writing under pseudonyms such as Week-by-week...

22/04/2021 - Thu (11:00-13:00) - ONLINE COURSE, see Additional Information - 10 weeks - £169.00 - C02737-202101