PLATO’S PARMENIDES (cont.)
Not for the faint hearted. This is a rigourous reading of perhaps Plato’s most challenging dialogue providing an exhaustive examination of the meaning of One in all its different aspects as a training in the application of Forms. Parmenides is the Teacher and young Socrates is the student with a great potential for philosophy and has inspired this demonstration by the venerable teacher.
All are Welcome | No Charge | Texts will be provided
Please direct all enquiries to the organiser William Fox .
Upon registration you will receive a confirmation email containing the ZOOM link to join the meeting.
Available Times Online –
Wednesday 31 January 5:00pm
All times indicated are AEDT.