Class Details

The world we live in is constantly changing – subject to growth, decay and death. Nothing is certain or lasting; possessions, health and happiness – everything passes away. Life is characterized in our world by birth and death, day and night, war and peace. It is called the dialectical world, containing the seeds of its own destruction. Nothing has eternal life, not even the most sublime thing imaginable.  Many people merely chase shadows; such is the tragedy of it all.  So, if one accepts that this world of visible matter is a world of delusion, can one still look for the fulfillment of one’s primordial yearning?  Through discussion and dialogue, this course will address these issues.

Class Co-ordinators

George Wood

Frequency & Time

Weekly on Tuesday, 14.00