Way of Knowledge:
In previous terms we have considered the subjects of action and devotion. It is through action, devotion and knowledge that the essential nature within everyone may be expressed. They act as channels for this expression.
Plato uses the analogy of a ship sailing safely to its destination to illustrate the need for real knowledge of navigation. Human life also needs to be directed by knowledge as distinguished from mere opinion, belief or supposition.
Courses consist of 11 sessions of 2.5hrs each and include a break for refreshment. The School operates over a 12 week term with a mid-term break at week 7. Included in the course fee is a complimentary full day weekend workshop in Sydney to explore and put into practice concepts introduced in these classes.
Attendee information will be collected during checkout.
10 people are attending Way of Knowledge: <br> Tuesday 7:10pm