UPCOMING EVENTS

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EVENTS - SYDNEY

SANSKRIT FOR PHILOSOPHY STUDENTS-TERM 4: Wahroonga

Term 3 of the nine-term course developed by the School is offered to the students of the School as well as the general public. No previous knowledge of the language is required. Term 4 will introduce the study of verbs, the use of plural endings using simple stories.

SANSKRIT FOR PHILOSOPHY STUDENTS-TERM 4:
Sydney CBD

Term 3 of the nine-term course developed by the School is offered to the students of the School as well as the general public. No previous knowledge of the language is required. Term 4 will introduce the study of verbs, the use of plural endings using simple stories.

THE REPUBLIC BOOK 7:
23 June

Plato’s cave and the role of mathematics in the education of the leader.This will be held at Hyde Park Towers, CBD, arrive 8.30 and finish 3pm. Lunch and Tea Breaks are included in the ticket price. Sunday 23 June 9am.

Meditation Orientation Meeting: 23 June 2019

The School offers meditation three times a year at the beginning of each term. You start with a ninety-minute information/Q&A session called 'Orientation Meeting'. This is being held on Sunday 23 September 2018 at Mahratta in Wahroonga.

A TALK BY DONALD LAMBIE Wednesday 10 July

Donald Lambie, the Leader of the School of Economic Science in England and the head of the worldwide Schools of Philosophy, will be visiting Australia in July and giving a talk on ‘Living in the Golden Age’. Donald Lambie comes to Sydney every four years, so please register online as seating is limited.

MASTERING MEDITATION WORKSHOP: 11 AUGUST

In order to continue the support of meditation and facilitate its practice and mastery, we hold a half-day meditation workshop each term, at our city building. There is no charge for attendance at the workshop. We’d love to see you there.

EVENTS – CANBERRA

Threads of Consciousness:
23 June 2019

Join us and be taken on a whirlwind journey through the classics of the Western Canon. Focusing on the theme of reference and continuity, this talk will demonstrate the way in which many classics from the Western Canon refer to and develop themes from previous works.