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Simon Drew

A Message to Discerning Students

Through my years of working one-on-one with students with diverse life experiences and from over 15 countries, I’ve learned that what people need—if they want to make meaningful progress—is a sparring partner. They need someone to help them to think about how they think; to serve as a mirror to their words

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Rocco Jarman

Whatever Comes

A powerfully disarming reflection on the wisdom of grace and equanimity, and the possibility of prayer, for those of us not inclined toward Religion—holding the door open to the possibility that our lives are happening for us, not to us.

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Simon Drew

Come As You Are

4. Herein lies the hidden beauty
of Lady Philosophy;
She requires no permit,
no degree,
no admission,
no fee,

5. No need to have found,
no need to have seen,
simply you and simply me
like crane and cow,
like flower

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Judith Stove

Starting with Plato

Judith Stove offers a brief introduction to the great dialogues of Plato, including some readings and discussion of key sections.

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Simon Drew

The Seen One

I. I am the eye that looks
out on THE ONE.

II. I am the mother who loves.
I am the child who is loved.

III. I am the father who protects.
I am they who are protected.

IV. I am the sun that rises

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Juan Perez

On Change

In the midst of a world that seeks certainty in a constantly changing landscape, Heraclitus’ age-old wisdom holds true: change is the only constant. Embracing the philosophy of understanding the inevitability of change, this article explores how letting go of the uncontrollable can lead to a mindset shift, adaptability, and

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Judith Stove

Plato’s Theaetetus (P2)

In “Plato’s Theaetetus,” Judith Stove examines Theaetetus’s initial proposition that knowledge is perception, exploring Socratic analysis that challenges Protagoras’s perspective on reality and appearance.

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Judith Stove

Plato’s Theaetetus (P1)

In “Plato’s Theaetetus,” Judith Stove introduces the dialogue that delves into epistemology, using Socratic midwifery metaphor, inviting Theaetetus to explore the labor of defining knowledge.

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