Literature Courses : Buenos Aires, Argentina

Western Philosophy, since its inception, has largely ignored the medium by which it is communicated: its literature. This course examines the relation between linguistic ability and philosophical acuity through a number of texts, from ancient to modern.

The approach is to examine seminal works throughout the history of Western Philosophy - one text every class - from Plato's "Symposium" and the poetry of Lucretius, to Descartes' "Meditations" to the ground-breaking work of Friedrich Nietzsche and Ludwig Wittgenstein.

 

Lessons in person:

Tea Connection
Av Cerviño 3550 C1425AGR Buenos Aires
Almacaen & Co
Andrés Arguibel 2816 C1426DKB Buenos Aires
Dada Bistro
San Martín 941 Buenos Aires
At home
(Buenos Aires)
In your office
(Buenos Aires)
In a public place
(Buenos Aires)

Hourly rates: (USD $)

1 student: $30.00
2 students: $24.00
3+ students: $20.00
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