Philosophy for Everyday Life
A workshop designed for people driven by curiosity to seek authenticity and consistency in living a life guided by wisdom.
Duration 30 hours over 15 weeks Online modality
Participants will be able to identify and choose among different philosophies to deal with the challenges of everyday life using their own critical thinking.
Throughout the program, participants will become familiar with philosophical dialogue as a way to examine situations that arise in everyday life, and they will receive an overview of the classic Eastern and Western schools of philosophy as a point of departure to start shaping their own.
Participants will learn to go past intuition to solve problems, to question the assumptions and values that are inherent to their worldview. Their active philosophizing will help them develop a vision that offers more perspectives and depth to gain insight into their world and their own person.
Intended for adults who wish to question their premises in life, and who seek to compare the course of their life so far with other worldviews. People who are willing to listen proactively to other alternatives that diverge from their own way of living, and who would like to form a network of contacts who enjoy engaging in critical thinking and discussing culture in general.
- "One cannot learn philosophy; one can only learn to philosophize." Immanuel Kant
- "How one becomes what one is." Friedrich Nietzsche
- Brainstorming topics of interest in day-to-day life
- Philosophies for everyday life
- My Philosophy
By the end of the program
Participants will have the theoretical and practical fundamentals to deal with problems that arise in everyday life— in the family, at work or with friends—by way of respectful and recreational dialogue.
The experience of continuous education learning
Our educational proposal approaches learning as a process centered on the student, who constructs by:
Experience a meaningful process, through updated programs that undergo ongoing improvement.
Transform yourself to transform your environment.
Reflection - Action
Question, generate and practice new alternative solutions to today's challenges.
Enhance your process by building learning communities, networks and joint projects.
Learn with experts who advise and guide you, and give you feedback throughout your process.
Have an impact on your local reality by applying a global vision.
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