Online Courses using Zoom


Starts: Mon, 29th of Jan 2024

Break: Mon 4th of March – 11th March

Ends: Mon, 15th of April 2024

Cost: $99 per person


Alfred Street, Norwood

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18 Alfred Street
Norwood SA 5067

Ongoing Courses

After completing the Introductory and Foundation courses, you are invited to continue your adventure in practical philosophy. Further courses are offered, which serve to expand and deepen students’ appreciation of the search for wisdom.

Practical philosophy is not so much a subject of study as it is a way of life, and these courses provide the opportunity for ongoing exploration. There are many students around the world who have been attending the School’s courses for several decades!

The next course is starting Monday, 29th of Jan 2024. The course consists of one session per week for 10 weeks, on Monday evenings from 6:30pm. Each session lasting 2 hours.. The cost for this 10-week course is $99.


Refund Policy:

  • Students may cancel their enrolment, for any reason, before the end of the second week of term, irrespective of whether they have attended a class. The enrolment fee will be refunded, less a $15.00 administration charge.

  • If COVID-19 or similar related regulations change after the course has started:

    A partial refund will be offered or the option to defer to a later date.
    An option to switch-over and participate online via the Zoom Meetings platform.

Instructions for online courses using Zoom

Once you enroll get ready for your first lecture by ensuring you have the following hardware and software

Hardware equipment required:

  • Laptop or desktop computer with camera and microphone and also Internet connectivity
  • Alternatively can use a smartphone or tablet – Apple or Android compatible

Software required:

  • Download and install on your computer the free Zoom application by clicking on this link:
  • Similarly a smartphone or tablet can be used, by downloading the corresponding Zoom App for Apple or Android


For those who wish to take it up, the practice of Meditation is also offered to students.

The system of meditation offered by the School of Philosophy is mantra-based. Though this ancient practice originates in India, it has no religious implications or restriction to any religion, but is designed to awaken the human spirit which is not bound to any religion. Thus it serves to support and enrich the lives of all people, no matter what their background.