WED 8 MAY 2024
6pm – 8pm AEST


The Ethics Centre
Level 1, 161 Castlereagh St
Sydney, 2000


$45 session ticket
$40 Seniors/ Concession session ticket
$39 Youth (30 years and under) session ticket 

Multipack available:
$119 for all 3 sessions

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Even though they lived over 2,000 years ago, the wisdom of ancient philosophers is still relevant today.

This workshop will introduce you to three prominent ethical perspectives from the ancient world, including Epicureanism, Stoicism and Daoism, and show you how you can apply them to live a better and more fulfilled life.

This intimate, in person session will be fun, playful and interactive where we hope to unlock the wisdom in the room as well as leave with new insights. You’ll meet other curious people, who are willing to delve deeper into the mess and complexity of what it means to be human. 

Places are very limited to ensure everyone can participate.  

So, tune in to tune up and hopefully we can all do life just that little bit better.

About the series

Ethics Tune Up is an innovative and engaging masterclass series from The Ethics Centre that will take your ethical skills to the next level. These workshops are an opportunity to extend your knowledge of ethics and learn how you can apply these principles in your life.  

Facilitated by leading philosopher Dr Tim Dean, these two-hour workshops will be equally enjoyable and informative as they help you navigate today’s complex ethical terrain and guide you towards living a good life. 

This session is part of a new masterclass series including Ethics 101 (1 May) and Ethical Blind Spots (15 May). Book in a multipack and save on experiencing all three sessions.


Dr Tim Dean

Tim is a public philosopher, speaker and writer. He is Senior Philosopher and Manos Chair in Ethics at The Ethics Centre. He has a Doctorate in philosophy from the University of New South Wales on the evolution of morality and specialises in public philosophy, ethics and critical thinking. He is an Honorary Associate at the University of Sydney and the author of How We Became Human. He is the recipient of the Australasian Association of Philosophy Media Professionals’ Award for his work on philosophy in the public sphere.

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