Philosophy and Freedom

What is the true nature of freedom? How may it be experienced fully and constantly? How is freedom lost? How does this apply both to individuals and to societies?

An Indian wisdom tradition lists wonder as one of nine motive forces and Socrates said Philosophy begins in wonder so let’s start our exploration there. During this term we accompany Odysseus on his journey to Freedom looking at some of the obstacles he encounters on his return home.

We practice the principles of a dialectic conversation and address freedom of speech. As well as Homer we look at the Chandogya Upanishad, Steven Hawking and Shakespeare’s “All the worlds a stage”.

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Thursday: 7:00pm Canberra, start date May 23

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Canberra: Unit 4, Surveyor House,
27-29 Napier Close, Deakin, ACT