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Announcing: Plato’s Academy Centre Email Course and Community

We’re delighted to announce that the Plato’s Academy Centre has now published its brand new email course on the Socratic Method. You can enroll today completely free of charge!

Enroll Now

This course consists of six weekly emails, which contain lessons on the use of the Socratic Method of Questioning and critical thinking skills. It’s designed to help you learn how to think like a Greek philosopher, and will contribute to the virtual community we’re building for the Plato’s Academy Centre. You can learn more about the project on our website. Please feel free to share the link on social media.

We’ve also just launched our new Facebook community for the Plato’s Academy Centre, which you’re welcome to join.

Hope you enjoy and please let me know if you have any questions.

Regards,

Donald Robertson

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Donald J. Robertson

Cognitive psychotherapist, author of How to Think Like a Roman Emperor (2019), featured in Forge, The Guardian. https://read.macmillan.com/lp/verissimus/

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