Do you think prosperity and freedom should be more fairly shared? Who is the economy really for? Can it ever be sustainable and harmless?
We may ask such questions daily yet wonder how to begin answering them.
For over 80 years the School of Philosophy and Economic Science has been offering courses centred on such questions. Thousands have gained greater understanding of economic relationships, and how the world can be helped.
The course draws on modern and ancient wisdom and understanding to bring economic relationships into a human context. It shows economics as an integral part of the life of every person and community within the Earth’s biosphere. It is for people wishing to make the world a better place.
The emphasis is on examination of principle in the light of life’s experience. You are encouraged to reflect on what you hear and share your observations of the world around you.
If you would like to know more about our 10-week Introductory Economics with Justice course please join us for a free Taster session on Monday 18 September, 7pm-8pm. Tea and coffee will be available afterwards.
We look forward to meeting you. All welcome.
We are also offering a Philosophy taster session on 18 September.