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Pilates with Core Props

at Every Body Balance - Online Online, Boston, Massachusetts 00000

All classes are changing to Remote Video only for the time being. We'll revisit as the situation improves.  A studio pilates class using core training props to assist in obtaining proper body alignment and mechanics or to increase the intensity of the exercise. How can we build strength on an unstable core? How can we increase our speed and...

Friday Dec 10th, 8:45am - 9:45am Eastern Time

Qi-Gong (Online)

at Essential Evolution Holistic Wellness - Online 00000

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 Dec 14th, 11am - 12:15pm Central Time

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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...

Thursday Dec 9th, 6pm - 7:30pm Eastern Time

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Mary Wollstonecraft: Feminism and Radical Philosophy

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

The French Revolution proclaimed the Rights of Men. Mary Wollstonecraft replied to vindicate the rights of women. Partly a riposte to a sexist proposal for female education, partly a slashing critique of the conservative Edmund Burke, Wollstonecraft’s Vindication of the Rights of Women marshaled the empiricism of John Locke and David Hume...

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$315

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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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$315

4 sessions

Simone Weil: Passion and Philosophy

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

Described by Albert Camus as “the only great spirit of our times,” envied by Simone de Beauvoir for “having a heart that could beat right across the world,” and denounced by Susan Sontag as an anti-Semite, Simone Weil has been a subject of widespread fascination since her death in 1942 from (reputedly) self-starvation, undergone in solidarity...

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$315

4 sessions

Maurice Merleau-Ponty: Philosophy, Phenomenology

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

Maurice Merleau-Ponty: Philosophy, Phenomenology, and the Body To perceive means to have a body, which in turn means inhabiting an already significant world. We don’t—on a fundamental level—think the world, but rather live in it. So argues French philosopher Maurice Merleau-Ponty, who stands with Edmund Husserl, Martin Heidegger,...

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$315

4 sessions

Confessions: Philosophy, Guilt, and Inner Life

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

What are confessions? Why are we seduced by them? Why do writers choose the confessional form? How do we understand confessions as literary texts? How do we read confessions as theological or philosophical works? What is one doing when they publicly confess their misdeeds or sexual exploits? From Augustine who took pleasure in wickedness, to Rousseau...

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$315

4 sessions

Stoicism: a Philosophical Introduction

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

“Do not seek to have events happen as you want them to, but instead want them to happen as they do happen, and your life will go well.” Taken from Epictetus’ Handbook, this maxim expresses a signature teaching of the ancient philosophy of Stoicism; it encapsulates Stoicism’s resolution to the problem of life’s turbulences, from sour...

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$315

4 sessions

Pleasure: Theory, Aesthetics, and Philosophy

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

Why do we hear so much about desire and so little about pleasure? When Roland Barthes asked the question, he concluded that while desire has dignity for contemporary philosophers and theorists, pleasure does not. If desire gets its prestige from what we lack, pleasure is often, for better and worse, about what we have—and what we can’t help having....

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$315

4 sessions

A Ruthless Criticism of Everything Existing

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research - Online Online, New York, New York 00000

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...

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$315

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It's in the Cards: Virtual Tarot Basics for Beginners

at Donna Henes, Urban Shaman -

Learn the basics about the tarot from Donna Henes, New York City's acclaimed Urban Shaman. This popular spiritual teacher and advisor will show you how to connect with your inner wisdom to do simple readings for yourself and others. Tarot is not about reading the future or telling your fortune. And it is definitely NOT about fate. It, like most...

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$60

The Pittsburgh Hegelians

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The Pittsburgh Hegelians: Hegel’s Unlikely American Renaissance Long denigrated in English-language philosophy, Hegelianism experienced one of its great renaissances in the late 20th century—in Pittsburgh. Gathered at the city’s namesake university, the philosophers Wilfred Sellars, John McDowell, and Robert Brandom revitalized, against...

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$315

4 sessions

A Contemporary Introduction to the Frankfurt School

at Brooklyn Institute for Social Research -

In 1930, Max Horkheimer became the director of the Institute for Social Research in Frankfurt, Germany. Along with his colleagues and a broader orbit of external scholars, he inaugurated the first wave of what came to be called “critical theory.” This course is an introduction to some of the key works and concepts of the Frankfurt School, including...

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$315

4 sessions

Shocks and Phantasmagoria: Walter Benjamin

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Shocks and Phantasmagoria: Walter Benjamin and the Arcades Project Walter Benjamin once wrote that The Arcades Project was “the theater of all my struggles and all my ideas.” Never completed and well over a decade in the making, The Arcades Project takes on the presentation and history of an entire era and place: the Parisian...

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$315

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