August 31st at 18:30 to September 2nd at 13:30
During the first millennia Christianity became assimilated into Roman culture. The Greek idea of philosophy as rational examination independent of religious doctrine sat uncomfortably with the rise of Christianity. Questions about the nature of the universe and what constitutes a virtuous life were held to be answered in the scriptures and were no longer considered subjects for philosophical discussion. The philosophers in this course, including Augustine of Hippo, sought to integrate Greek philosophy into Christian religion.
Darren Harper (Cumbria www.highamhall.com/darren-harper)
Residential: £231 Non-residential: £164