Introductory Course in Practical Philosophy

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The School Of Philosophy & Economic Science invite you to a 10-week online Introductory Course in Practical Philosophy. The new schedule of classes begins the week of January 11th and is open for applications. The course is free with just a €10/£10 registration charge.

This online courses will allow students to interact through video conferencing, not just with the tutors, but with other students in the group. This course examines how the combined wisdom of East and West can help us find freedom, happiness and fulfilment. Jobs come and go, physical beauty fades, markets rise and fall. Even close relationships can end. But the benefits of philosophy last a lifetime. This 10-session course offers time-tested principles that lead to freedom and sustainable happiness.

The Introductory Course in Practical Philosophy course is free with just a €10/£10 registration charge.

Register here.


The School Of Philosophy & Economic Science’s practical philosophy courses are inspired by a universal philosophy which sees everyone and everything as the expression of the one consciousness. In Indian philosophy, it is called ‘Advaita’ which means ‘not-two’, or ‘one without a second’. It is also called ‘non – dual’ philosophy.

There are many ideas and forces which tend to divide the world.  The School considers how philosophy may strengthen the sense of unity between people, the sense of connectedness.

This idea of unity appears in many of the texts and quotations they read and discuss in class together; these are teachings from a wide range of philosophers, thinkers, poets and writers such as Plato and Shakespeare, Marsilio Ficino, Yeats, Lao Tzu.

This is a golden thread running through the great philosophies of the world, eastern and western.

The School seeks to discover what unites people.


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Gemma Creagh

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