Tutor/Facilitator Douglas Adeney
Date: on/from Wed 6 Feb 2019
Frequency: Weekly until 27 March
Class time: 11:45-1:15
What is philosophy, what is its value, and when in life should it be studied?
After considering these questions we will explore some of the classic problems of philosophy, including freedom of the will and the nature of morality.
TUTOR: Douglas has Philosophy degrees from Monash University (MA) and the University of St Andrews, Scotland (PhD). He taught philosophy at Melbourne State College and then for many years at the University of Melbourne. More recently he has taught numerous courses at the Centre for Adult Education (CAE), and now he is also greatly enjoying his involvement at U3APP.
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