Philosophy: Great Female Philosophers

Darren Harper
Gosling Room
Thursday 23 June

Hannah Arendt and Simone de Beauvoir

Thursday 23 June, 10.30am - 4.30pm. Gosling Room
Fees: Members: £50
Non-members £60
Concessions: £10 per course  (call the office 020 8340 3343)

Booking for Short Courses opens 27 April Members / 04 May Non-Members

Female philosophers are often overlooked due to the patriarchal dominance of ideas over the last two and a half millennia.  This day course will celebrate the contributions made by two towering female philosophers of the twentieth century, Hannah Arendt and Simone de Beauvoir, including The Banality of Evil and The Second Sex.

Tutor: 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 the HLSI he also teaches at Higham Hall (Cumbria), Dillington House (Somerset), Knuston Hall (Northamptonshire) and Marlborough College (Wiltshire).  He offers study days at several independent libraries, including the Birmingham & Midland Institute and the Morrab Library in Penzance, and on-line courses at .  Darren has almost completed his first book, Encounters and Reflections: An Introduction to Philosophy, which will be published in 2022.