Wed, 01 Nov|
Valletta Voluntary Centre
Unlocking the Wisdom of Camus: The Myth of Sisyphus Reading Class with Duncan Sant ( 4 Sessions)
Reserve your spot now and prepare to unravel the profound wisdom and existential insights hidden within this influential masterpiece.
Time & Location
01 Nov 2023, 17:30 – 19:30 GMT+1
Valletta Voluntary Centre, Melita St, Valletta, Malta
About the event
Unlocking the Wisdom of Albert Camus: "The Myth of Sisyphus" Reading Class with Duncan Sant!
Are you prepared to embark on a philosophical odyssey like no other? Join us for an enlightening reading class dedicated exclusively to Albert Camus's seminal work, 'The Myth of Sisyphus.' Leading this captivating exploration will be Duncan Sant , a teacher of philosophy at De La Salle College who has focused on the writings of Camus throughout his studies and teaching experience.
About the Class
Focus Book: "The Myth of Sisyphus" by Albert Camus
Duration: Four In-Depth Sessions (2 Hours Each)
Guided by : Duncan Sant
Engaging Explanations and Lively Discussions
Why Read "The Myth of Sisyphus" in Its Entirety?
1. Embrace Camus's Full Philosophical Spectrum
Reading the complete work allows you to appreciate the depth and breadth of Camus's philosophical thought. Each section contributes to a comprehensive understanding of the human condition.
2. Discover the Power of Camus's Writing
Camus's eloquent prose and piercing insights are best appreciated in their entirety. Every page is a revelation, and the complete journey provides a holistic experience.
3. Apply Camus's Ideas to Your Own Life
By immersing yourself fully in 'The Myth of Sisyphus,' you'll gain valuable tools to confront life's challenges, find meaning, and craft your own authentic existence.
What to Anticipate during the 4 sessions!
November 1: Session 1:The Myth of Sisyphus Unveiled - An Absurd Reasoning
November 8: Session 2: An Absurd Reasoning ( Continued)
November 15: The Absurd Man
November 22: Absurd Creation ; Hope and the Absurd in the Work of Frans Kafka
Don't miss this unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of Albert Camus's 'The Myth of Sisyphus,' led by the insightful Duncan Sant. You will be provided with a digital pdf text of the book to follow the reading class.
About the Moderator
Duncan Sant has been managing and teaching philosophy at De La Salle College since 2014. His areas of study and interest include ontology, Badiouan philosophy, existentialism, game studies and the impact of technology on humanity.
Members - Philosophy Sharing
This ticket covers all 4 session of the reading class : November 1st, 8th, 15th and 22nd€12.00+€0.30 service fee
This ticket covers all 4 session of the reading class : November 1st, 8th, 15th and 22nd€24.00+€0.60 service fee
New Membership + Admission
With this ticket, you obtain a membership for one year. It would cost you only € 6 more than purchasing a sole non-member ticket and you would be saving € 5 on your first annual membership. With a membership, you will be eligible for discounts on other future events and you will receive 2 magazines of SHARE by post free of any charges. This ticket covers all 4 session of the reading class : November 1st, 8th, 15th and 22nd€30.00+€0.75 service fee
Students must present a students card upon entrance for validity of ticket.€15.00+€0.38 service fee
Senior Citizens Ticket
Senior citizens must present Kartanzjan upon entrance for ticket to be valid.€15.00+€0.38 service fee