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More discourse than lecture, Practical Wisdom Workshops offer you the opportunity to engage with the subject matter, question and discuss with like minded people. Join the discovery of practical wisdom and how it could be applied in daily life.  Sessions are limited to 20 attendees.

Philosophy, Love and relationships

This practical presentation looks at the nature of 'relationship' and how we might come to experience One Essential relationship with all, whether they be partners, family, friends, acquaintances or even complete strangers. We will consider the unifying nature of Love and how this might inform how we look on the world.

PRESENTER - Tim Rogers

Tim works as a Technical Sales engineer in the water and power industry. He has been married for 32 years and has 2 sons and 2 teenage grandsons. Tim has been a member of the School of Philosophy for 29 years and during this time has developed an interest in the nature of relationships and what essential ingredients are required to make a satisfying one. Following this interest has lead him to facilitate weekend retreats for young professionals, focusing on this an\d similar subjects. He has presented at the School of Philosophy Cultural Days for the last 11 years.

Saturday 18 July 


On Saturday 18 July 2020 at 10:00am to 11:30am    



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The Zoom meeting ID will be emailed to all ticket holders on Friday 17th July.

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