Library by Peter Guenzel
Conway Hall has a rich history as a site of progressive thinking and philosophical reflection.
We run a set of evening classes which have been specially developed for a general audience by members of the Humanist Philosophers’ Group Dr Brendan Larvor, Dr Peter Cave and Professor Richard Norman.
Currently in 2013 there is another opportunity to take these courses.
Death and Dying
Four sessions exploring the significance of death, from murder and suicide to terminal illness, the meaning of life and immortality
Wednesdays - 8 - 29 May 2013
A five part look at differing approaches to moral thinking and action throughout history
Tuesdays - 7 May - 4 June 2013
Six week basic introduction to what Humanism is and what Humanists believe and do
Tuesdays - 11 June - 2 July 2013
Wednesdays - 26 June - 3 July 2013
Aspects of Humanism
Eight session, 16 hour in-depth course on the history and philosophy behind Humanist beliefs
Tuesdays - 7 May - 25 June 2013
Death & Dying - £40.00
Applied Ethics - £50.00
Exploring Humanism - £60.00
Aspects of Humanism - £80.00