We have recently moved to our new premises at 43 Lower Rathmines Road, Dublin 6. Our regular activities have recommenced since early March. We look forward to seeing you at our next event.
For more details on our upcoming Foundation Course please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 01 496 8310.
Free Public Talk: Altruism as a Factor of Development
Saturday, May 10th at 3.00pm
Guest lecturer: Dr. Harry Costin | Business Strategist | Boston University
Harry Costin, Philosopher and Doctor of Economic Strategy at the University of Boston, gives his lecture in which solidarity will be highlighted as an alternative to the current crisis. Issues will be illustrated with current examples, such as microcredit for development, or the economy of the common good.
The lecturer will bring a philosophical and practical perspective for today.
Philosophies of East and West
Starts on Thursday, May 15th at 7.30pm & Saturday, May 17th at 10.30am
An Introduction to the Philosophies of East and West is a weekly course that explores the teachings of the
major schools of philosophy from around the world with an emphasis on
practical application. It aims to integrate Eastern and Western thought of the major civilisations
throughout history, into today’s world. New Acropolis understands philosophy in its classical sense, as a love of wisdom. Wisdom is something active and practical. It is knowing how to act, learning to discern
what is right and knowing which ends are worth striving for.
16 classes (once a week)
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