For the first time in years, I’m not teaching academic classes over the summer. That frees me up to do something I’ve wanted for quite some time. It’s also something that quite a few people have been asking me to do as well.
I’m offering online classes in my Study With Sadler academy. Two of them start with their first class sessions on Thursday, May 25. One of these classes is “Rene Descartes’ Meditations, Objections, and Replies”, and I will be opening that for enrollment later this week.
The other is already open for enrollment. You can click here to go to the class site, find out more, and enroll in the class. It is titled “Aristotle On The Moral Virtues”. In it, I will be leading students through close study of Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics books 2-6, and we will be examining the twelve virtues he discusses in those portions of his work.
We will be meeting weekly on Thursdays at 10:00 AM Central Time for 90-minute class sessions using Zoom, and the sessions will also be recorded and posted for students to review at their leisure. The class also provides downloadable handouts and worksheets, and a number of other resources intended to foster student learning.
This is a great opportunity to study a classic work of ancient philosophy with someone who has been studying, teaching, and applying Aristotle’s work for more than two decades. I hope you’ll check out the class, and consider (if it fits your schedule) enrolling in the class!
Would love to participate but things are going to be tight over the summer. Could you ask one of your students to keep detailed notes of your class and send them my way?
No, I’m afraid it’s for enrolled students only.