ROOTS OF THE GARDEN

TENDING OUR PHILOSOPHICAL HERITAGE

WITH JUDITH STOVE

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN LEARNING WITH JUDITH?

We’re creating a private grove where seekers can learn and grow, led by Judith Stove. Be the first to know about this grove by applying via the form below. 

“Roots of the Garden” is a series of short essays which introduce important works from the Western philosophical tradition, starting with Plato. 

CONTRIBUTOR

JUDITH STOVE

I’ve published two books on the life and times of Jane Austen and many articles on history and literature. My husband and I are lucky enough to live within a beautiful garden created by my father, philosopher David Stove (1927-1994), outside Sydney, Australia. Every day is an opportunity to learn more about the intricacy of the cosmos, from both ‘the book of Nature,’ and the works surviving from the past.

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ASSIGNMENT SUBMISSION

Depending on the assignment, you may need to upload multiple files. Most file types are accepted, but please let me know if you need assistance (email simon@simonjedrew.com)

ENROLLMENT

Join our growing community of seekers and citizens from around the world who are rediscovering their humanity and connectedness by way of the philosophical and spiritual path.

$15.95 weekly

SEEKER

Get access to regular classes, courses, workshops, and resources. Plus, get 10% off TWG store and access to member-only forums.

ENROLL

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SEEKER

$29.95* per week to get access to all classes and  forums, and a copy of
The Poet & The Sage when you enrol.

*Members of The Walled Garden Philosophical Society get 20% off this grove.

STUDENT

All Seeker benefits, plus up to four one-on-one philosophical mentoring sessions per month, starting at $100 per session.

*Members of The Walled Garden Philosophical Society get $25 off per session.

SUNDAY SEEKER

Attend a weekly event on Sundays, exploring sacred and philosophical texts. Free for Caretakers of The Walled Garden Philosophical Society.

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