The Philosophy of Hannah Arendt

Darren Harper
Gosling Room
Friday 7 June

10.30am - 3.30pm

Members:  £55  Non-members: £65 
Concessions: £10 (call the office 020 8340 3343)

Hannah Arendt: The Quest for Political Freedom
Embark on a riveting exploration of Hannah Arendt's political philosophy in this one-day course. Uncover her profound insights on political freedom, delving into the challenges she confronted in the mid-20th century. Engage in dynamic discussions and activities that reveal the enduring relevance of Arendt's ideas in our contemporary political landscape. Join us for an intellectual journey, where the quest for political freedom becomes a lens through which to comprehend and navigate the complexities of our modern world.

Darren Harper holds a BA (Hons) English & Creative Writing (1st class), a PGCE in Lifelong Learning, and has been an adult education teacher for 10 years.  In addition to teaching at the HLSI he teaches residential courses at Dillington House (Somerset) and Higham Hall (Cumbria), as well as Stoic retreats in Somerset, Northumberland and Morocco.  He offers study days at various independent libraries and adult education centres in the UK, as well as on-line courses at .  Darren has recently completed his first book, Encounters and Reflections: An Introduction to Philosophy.