The London School of Philosophy provide philosophy classes of the highest quality for thoughtful people in the London area, with courses covering key areas of philosophy in an accessible and professional way. The Spring Term runs from 14th January to 19th March.
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Courses and Workshops taking place at Conway Hall
A six-week course examining the often hidden or forgotten contribution of radicals, rebels, and revolutionaries to the development of ground-breaking ideas and campaigns in the nineteenth century such as human rights, birth control, women’s rights, the right to vote, republicanism, and free speech.
These groups are for those of African, Asian and Caribbean heritage who are training to become psychotherapists and counsellors. Students who have completed their course and are working towards registration are also invited.
Monthly meetup sessions are a mixture of theory, group discussion, practical exercises and individual tutorials. Each month there is a different theme and an assignment for the month which will build towards a selection of work for exhibition. Ends October 19th 2019.
At Philosophy Book Club we meet on monthly Fridays to discuss a key philosophical text that we read over several weeks or even months – philosophy is best digested slowly, and in company.
Joy Marchese presents an evening that is fun, enlightening and includes experiential activities designed to help improve all relationships through a deeper understanding and embodiment of Adlerian principles.
These events are designed to encourage and support black students who are studying in the UK and considering a Masters, PhD or career in academia. Often, information about the steps students need to take to progress through academia is not transparent, easily accessible or well-circulated.
Mind in Camden’s one-day workshop will cover both practical and theoretical approaches to the disputed diagnosis of “Borderline Personality Disorder”, facilitated by someone with lived / living experience of these issues.
A masterclass in how all of us can achieve extraordinary things from the man whose research inspired Malcolm Gladwell’s famous 10,000 hours rule with Professor Anders Ericsson.