We are starting up a series of monthly online Philosophy events – running through the whole of 2017 – beginning this week. The topic for the events this month is Aristotle on Virtues and Vices.

First, we’ll be hosting a FREE 45-minute webinar at 12:00 PM (Central Time), Tuesday March 14. This is open to anyone who wants to attend. I’ll present for about 25 minutes on the topics, and then take questions from the audience for the remaining 20 minutes. If you can't make that webinar, don't worry - we'll be recording it, so you'll be able to view it later (though you won't get to ask questions live).

For those who would like a much more intensive learning experience, we’re also offering two 2-hour online seminars on Saturday, March 18 (one at 10:00 AM, the other at 4:00 PM, Central Time).

These online seminars are restricted to 12 participants in each session, and enrollment costs US$49.00. We’ll go into Aristotle’s theory in much more depth and detail, and I’ll also provide the participants with some newly developed resources. To find out more about the March online seminars, focused on Aristotle on Virtues and Vices, click here.

You can sign up for the webinar or either of the online seminars, or get put on our list for the many other events coming up this year, by clicking here.

Here's the topics for the webinars and seminars coming up:

April – Aristotle on Types of Friendship (Nicomachean Ethics, books 8-9)

May – Epictetus’ Dichotomy of Control (Enchiridion and Discourses)

June – Jean-Paul Sartre on Freedom and Responsibility (selections from Being and Nothingness)

July – G.W.F. Hegel’s Master Slave Dialectic (the Phenomenology of Spirit, paragraphs 178-196)

August – Plato on Love, Sex, and Politics (The Symposium)

September – Mary Wollstonecraft on Women, Men, and Virtue (Vindication of the Rights of Women)

October – Epictetus on Choice and Character (Enchiridion and Discourses)

November – Friedrich Nietzsche on Three Noble Responses to Life (the Birth of Tragedy)

December – Thomas Hobbes on the Human Conflict and Political Authority (Leviathan, books 1-2)