Do any of us really know who we are? Or why? For thousands of years, philosophy has been searching for answers and seeking the truth in everything. Through Practical Philosophy we seek understanding not through theory, but from our own direct experience. Living life to the full.
Economics with Justice seeks to show that freedom and prosperity are possible for people everywhere, providing we follow economic laws and aim for a fair outcome from economic arrangements.
A series of six essays on the Common Law, to explain the continuing relevance of our unique system of law, its antiquity, and the huge benefits of this inheritance both here and in other nations across the world.
Sanskrit courses are provided free of charge but only available to those who are currently enrolled on a philosophy course in the School or associated Schools abroad.
'Self Discovery', a work attributed to the philosopher Shankara, recently translated by Warwick and Elena Jessup, will be launched through a webinar at 11am GMT on Sunday, 1st November.
The School has adopted various working principles with the aim of protecting the integrity of its work and the welfare of its students.
All of our tutors are volunteers, giving their time willingly to pass on what they've learnt at the School. Meet some of them here.
Here you can see a timeline of some key events in our history, and a film about our origins.