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What would Plato say?

$79.00$109.00  GST Exempt

We are pleased to invite you, your family and friends to this special event on Saturday 6th of July 2024.

Enrol before 23rd of June 2024 and enter the PLATO code for only $89.
The concession for Students and Healthcare/Pensioner card price is only $79. 

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Sat 6th of July 2024
9:00am to 3:30pm


The Hall (Unitarian Church)

99 Osmond Terrace
Norwood SA 5067

Parking: on site and on the street


$109 (tea break & lunch included)

Use the code “PLATO” for our early bird price $89 before 23rd of June

Decision making can be challenging for all of us. During our lives we are presented with many choices, some will be life-changing, others will be perhaps more routine or mundane. Every choice we make inevitably has consequences, so it makes sense to gain some understanding and guidance on how to go about making those choices.

Plato’s dialogues are a gold mine of knowledge on this very subject. Plato’s main character, Socrates, declared to be the wisest man in the world in 399 BC, said that he had an inner voice that guided him. Do we all have an ‘inner voice’? If so, how do we gain access to it? How do we hear it? How do we interpret what it’s saying?

We will spend the day at the feet of these two great masters, and discover what they can teach us in relation to these most important questions.

We are privileged to offer this event to our Adelaide Practical Philosophy students and anyone interested in how the ancient wisdom can help us find our own answers to the big questions of life and live a happier life in our modern world.

The event is facilitated by Marita Brewster, a foundation member of the School of philosophy in Melbourne. She has studied and tutored philosophical concepts for over 40 years.

Marita leads the Plato faculty in the School and facilitates seminars in Platonic philosophy in Australia and abroad. She is the author of the book ‘Dialectic – a practical guide for Philosophers’. You can download this book from the Melbourne School of Philosophy.

Marita has been instrumental in helping to instill platonic principles at Erasmus Primary School and all her workshops are interactive and facilitated through Dialectic, also known as the Socratic Method.


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