ReasonIO Moodle Philosophy Classes

These courses are non-credit bearing classes, providing students with an entire online learning environment and weekly video-conferencing course sessions with Greg Sadler. We hosted the first set of these classes in Spring and Summer of 2016, with courses on Plato, Aristotle, and Epictetus.

Each of these classes is hosted online in the Moodle course learning system environment. We use FreeConferenceCall to hold our weekly class sessions through videoconferencing.

Our next sequence of classes will be offered in 2017 – click on each of these courses, and you’ll find additional information, including feedback from students who have previously taken the course, tuition rates, and fuller description of the class.

  • Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics (8-week) – January 8- March 4 and August 20 – October 14 (more information)
  • Friedrich Nietzsche’s Birth of Tragedy (4-week) – January 8 – February 4 (more information – coming soon)
  • Ethics – Moral Theories and Applications (12-week) – February 5 – April 29 (more information – coming soon)
  • Seven Platonic Dialogues (12 week) – March 5-May 27 (more information – coming soon)
  • Immanuel Kant’s Prolegomena and Groundwork (4-week) – April 30 – May 27 (more information – coming soon)
  • Epictetus’ Discourses (4-week) – May 28 – June 24 (more information)
  • Thomas Hobbes’ Leviathan, books 1-2 (4-week) – May 28 – June 24 (more information – coming soon)
  • Anselm of Canterbury’s Early Works (6-week) – June 26 – August 14 (more information – coming soon)
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