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A Ruthless Criticism of Everything Existing

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

Complete Course Title: A Ruthless Criticism of Everything Existing: an Introduction to Marx In the mid-nineteenth century, a young Karl Marx wrote, in the form of a published open letter to Arnold Ruge: “But if the designing of the future and the proclamation of ready-made solutions for all time is not our affair, then we realize all the more clearly...

Tuesday Feb 1st, 2pm - 5pm Eastern Time

  (4 sessions)
$315

4 sessions

Infinity: History, Mathematics, Philosophy

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

How can we, as finite beings, grasp the concept of infinity? Yet humans have been contemplating infinity for millennia, whether inspired by nature, philosophy, spirituality—or mathematics. This course is a historical and conceptual approach to the latter realm, the mathematics of infinity. Our topics will include the ancient Greeks’ discovery...

Thursday Mar 10th, 6:30pm - 9:30pm Eastern Time

  (4 sessions)
$315

4 sessions

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Philosophy & the Critique of Reason

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

The Counter-Enlightenment: Philosophy and the Critique of Reason Was there a counter-enlightenment? If so, when did it take place? In English the idea originated with Isaiah Berlin’s eponymous essay, widely promulgated by his many admiring followers. The usual story casts so-called counter-enlightenment figures—such as Giambattista Vico, Johann...

Thursday Mar 10th, 6:30pm - 9:30pm Eastern Time

  (4 sessions)
$315

4 sessions

Deleuze and Guattari: Anti-Oedipus

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

Among the most influential, provocative, and controversial philosophical works of the 20th century, Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari’s Anti-Oedipus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia took up the question first posed by Baruch Spinoza: “Why do men fight for their servitude as stubbornly as though it were their salvation?” For Deleuze and Guattari,...

Monday Mar 7th, 6:30pm - 9:30pm Eastern Time

  (4 sessions)
$315

4 sessions

Charles Mills: The Racial Contract

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

Charles Mills spent his early academic life teaching physics in Jamaica and the next four decades teaching political philosophy of race in the United States. Seemingly dramatically different, the two careers shared a single, fundamental concern: What supposedly universal claims about the order of the world are actually ideologically informed assumptions?...

Tuesday Mar 8th, 6:30pm - 9:30pm Eastern Time

  (4 sessions)
$315

4 sessions

Jürgen Habermas: Legitimation Crisis

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

Today, Jürgen Habermas is known as one of the foremost public intellectuals of Europe. His scholarly corpus stretches from classical philosophy to sociology, linguistics to psychology, systems theory to religion, Critical Theory to pragmatism, alongside an equally vast body of public writings on politics, society, current events, and beyond. However,...

Tuesday Mar 8th, 6:30pm - 9:30pm Eastern Time

  (4 sessions)
$315

4 sessions

Non-Profit Industrial Complex: Between Market & State

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

How exactly should we understand the layer of “non-profit” institutions that proliferate in many capitalist societies, existing somewhere between the formal worlds of business and government? What are the possibilities of such organizations, and how has philanthropy developed over the course of the 20th century to structure and shape them? What...

Tuesday Mar 8th, 6:30pm - 9:30pm Eastern Time

  (4 sessions)
$315

4 sessions

Thinking the Totality: Henri Lefebvre’s Critique

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

“People in general … do not know their own lives very well,” Henri Lefebvre insisted in the first volume of his Critique of Everyday Life. Lefebvre’s book, in which he maintained that “the simplest event—a woman buying a pound of sugar—must be analyzed,” was among the first major works to draw its ideas from Marx’s early writings,...

Wednesday Mar 9th, 6:30pm - 9:30pm Eastern Time

  (4 sessions)
$315

4 sessions

Freud’s Case Study: Personality, Psychology & Pathology

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

A destitute Russian aristocrat, a self-sabotaging Austrian army officer, and an American feminist poet haunted by dreams of pregnancy and war. Borderline personality disorder, obsessive-compulsive ideation, and the dissatisfactions of compulsory heterosexuality. Sigmund Freud’s patients ran a gamut of pathologies and social positions, but each came...

Sunday Mar 13th, 3pm - 6pm Eastern Time

  (4 sessions)
$315

4 sessions

The Age of Jackson: Slavery, Democracy, and Empire

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

Few U.S. historical figures have undergone as dramatic a reassessment as Andrew Jackson. Once celebrated by liberal historians as the nation’s great “small d” democrat, Jackson is today widely seen as a slave-owning, slavery-promoting genocidaire. Yet, whether praised or excoriated, Jackson is unquestionably a transformational figure in American...

Monday Mar 7th, 6:30pm - 9:30pm Eastern Time

  (4 sessions)
$315

4 sessions

Qi-Gong (Online)

at Essential Evolution Holistic Wellness -

This healing class focus's on Ying and Yang principals and ancient philosophy. Today we use the techniques of circular movements, tapping, meditation, and vocalization to awaken the bodies self healing response. Restoring a state of balance and health by opening of the acupressure points, meridians, and chakras. Ancient asian practitioner's used this...

Tuesday Feb 1st, 11am - 12:15pm Central Time

Transformational Healing and Meditation

at School of Multidimensional Healing -

Come to explore with us for an evening of transformational healing. We will be discussing tools and transformative techniques to release limiting core beliefs that you're holding within the subconscious mind. Learn what makes up these core beliefs and the reinforcing mechanisms that maintain them in place and keep you choosing the same patterns and...

Friday Jan 28th, 7pm - 9pm Pacific Time

HypnoBirthing (Online)

at Sakinah Birth

What Is HypnoBirthing - The Mongan Method? The HypnoBirthing Philosophy is simple: Birth is instinctive and can be experienced in a calm, joyful and more comfortable manner. Fear, anxiety, and anguish do not have to accompany pregnant women and their birthing experiences. Why HypnoBirthing? HypnoBirthing is a comprehensive and evidence-based childbirth...

Sunday Feb 20th, 3pm - 6pm Central Time

  (5 sessions)
$300

5 sessions

Complete Lactation Preparation

at Birth Day Presence -

Birth Day Presence childbirth preparation classes are well rounded and accessible. As doulas and childbirth educators, we have assisted thousands of expectant parents through a wide range of birth choices and experiences. We welcome all types of families and individuals. A fast and furious course designed for the busy New Yorker. Pricing is per couple...

Wednesday Apr 20th, 6pm - 7:30pm Eastern Time

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Friedrich Nietzsche: Truth and Morality

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

Friedrich Nietzsche is among the most notorious and controversial thinkers in the western intellectual tradition. He aimed to philosophize “with a hammer,” to demolish the philosophical tradition founded by Socrates and Plato and slaughter its most sacred cows. Central to that tradition is the value placed on truth, reason, objectivity, and a moral...

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