The KZN School of Practical Philosophy AGM

The School of Practical Philosophy AGM was held at the St James School for Boys 7 Girls Thursday evening at 17h00. A nice turnout by the school members. It was great to see the Pietermaritzburg school members. Our school leader Mr Andrew Braithwaite brought along a surprise visitor, Mr Thompson who was the previous school […]

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February Residential in Durban

The Residential attended by the Senior KZN Philosophy Students from Friday 2nd February 6.30 am to Sunday 4th February at 16.00 pm. Students and Tutors enjoyed a well planned measured day starting with meditation, sounding, reflection, study and physical work. Photos of the usual mealtime tables laden with abundant fresh salads, fruit, cheeses, breads and […]

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Hillcrest: Quarterly Satsanga at the School of Philosophy

I had the pleasure of attending our quarterly Satsanga at the School of philosophy in Hillcrest. What Satsanga means is gathering together for the truth or seeking the truth. Its such a delightful experience to participate with fellow students.  The Satsanga has a common format or theme set for each day, this includes meditation, small […]

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Pietermaritzburg School gets a New Home

Kim Ward from the Pietermaritzburg school sent a picture of their new School house at 48 Ridge Rd (corner of Rutland,) Scottsville. “We look forward to moving in soon and to hosting you all shortly thereafter for celebratory cocktails or something,” she said Also dates for new starter courses in PMB are Tuesday Monday 24th […]

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Marcilio Ficino Public Talk a Great Success

By Ginny Koumantarakis Marcilio Ficino was a Renaissance man in the true sense – a medical doctor, a priest, a philosopher, a student who had the privilege of many ancient manuscripts at his disposal, and the energy and ability to make good use of them. He was a Florentine philosopher, translator, and commentator, largely responsible […]

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