Online Seminars

For lifelong learners, professionals, and students, we are now offering monthly 2-hour, intensive online seminars.  Interested participants can sign up for any of these seminars in advance. Generally, there will be 12 available seats for each session.

Each of the monthly seminars focuses on a particular philosophical text, thinker, or topic.  We’ll provide suggested readings and resources for participants to study in advance, and provide additional resources during and after the seminar sessions.

If you’re looking for focused, intensive, interactive study of philosophical works, authors, and ideas, with a dynamic and knowledgeable instructor, sign up for one today!  You’ll have the opportunity to engage in structured discussion, get solid answers to any questions you might have, and enjoy Greg Sadler’s engaging presentation of the material.

Below is the schedule for our monthly seminars.  On each date, we hold two sessions, one from 10:00 AM  to 12:00 PM, and the other from 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM (Central Time).

March 18 – Aristotle on Virtues and Vices (Nicomachean Ethics, books 2-4) – US$49.00, 12 participants maximum – learn more (seminar will be offered again in the future)

April 29 – Aristotle on Types of Friendship (Nicomachean Ethics, books 8-9) – US$49.00, 12 participants maximum – learn more or register

May 20 – Epictetus’ Dichotomy of Control (Enchiridion and Discourses) – US$49.00, 12 participants maximum – learn more or register

June 24 – G.W.F. Hegel’s Master Slave Dialectic (the Phenomenology of Spirit, paragraphs 178-196) – US$49.00, 12 participants maximum – this seminar has been cancelled

July 22 – Jean-Paul Sartre on Freedom and Responsibility (selections from Being and Nothingness) – US$49.00, 12 participants maximum – learn more or register

August 19 – Plato on Love, Sex, and Politics (The Symposium) – US$49.00, 12 participants maximum

September 16 – Mary Wollstonecraft on Women, Men, and Virtue (Vindication of the Rights of Women) – US$49.00, 12 participants maximum

October 21 – Epictetus on Choice and Character (Enchiridion and Discourses) – US$49.00, 12 participants maximum

November 18  – Friedrich Nietzsche on Three Noble Responses to Life (the Birth of Tragedy) – US$49.00, 12 participants maximum

December 16 – Thomas Hobbes on the Human Conflict and Political Authority (Leviathan, books 1-2) – US$49.00, 12 participants maximum

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