September Review Point: Greek Magical Papyrus, Teaching with RAR and Tanka Poetry

Subject knowledge  I’ve been watching videos by Dr Justin Sledge on the YouTube channel Esoterica, which cover esoteric, hermetic, alchemical, and magic-based philosophies. The most recent video I watched was on the Greek Magical Papyrus, which dates from between the second century and the fifth century. What I found most interesting about the video isContinue reading “September Review Point: Greek Magical Papyrus, Teaching with RAR and Tanka Poetry”

Virtue Ethics: COPI lesson

Introduction Connel writes ‘Knowledge itself is social, it does not exist in some ethereal realm outside society’ (Connel, 1993). In the current education system of the United Kingdom, facilitators often behave in a manner that knowledge needs to be prescribed to their learners, rather than seeing their learners as already possessing knowledge that can beContinue reading “Virtue Ethics: COPI lesson”