This course teaches the history of Hellenism and Athenian Philosophy. Students will learn about the legacy of Ancient Greece and important Greek philosophers. Furthermore, students will compare and contrast the philosophical schools of cynicism, epicureanism, stoicism and scepticism. Students will read creatively so that they can imagine themselves in the roles of the philosophers they study, such as Plato and Socrates. On this course, students will not only expand their horizons and build on their abilities to think critically and closely analyse text, but also improve their reasoning and logical thinking.
10 HOURS Total Length
Introduction to the Hellenism and Athenian Philosophy
Legacy of Ancient Greece
Cynicism: Cynic Philosophers, the Origin of the Name and Cynic Philosophy
Hellenism and Athenian Philosophy in the Modern Period
Analysis and Interpretation
Compare and Contrast
As a native Greek speaker, Kyriaki teaches all ages and abilities in Greek, including Greek for native speakers.