THE APENNINE SCHOOL OF LIVING PHILOSOPHY COME FOR LIFE CHANGING WORKSHOPS
You will find out that evolution is not finished, it continues
THE APENNINE SCHOOL OF LIVING PHILOSOPHY GLIMPSE OF EXAMINED LIFE
See what living philosophy can do for you.
THE APENNINE SCHOOL OF LIVING PHILOSOPHY WORDS OF THERAPY
One way to read Friedrich Nietzsche
THE APENNINE SCHOOL OF LIVING PHILOSOPHY GUIDED MEDITATION
Sit or lie down, relax, let the words work on you

THE APENNINE SCHOOL OF LIVING PHILOSOPHY IN ITALY

ABOUT THE SCHOOL

Where to study art of living? Philosophy has closed itself today at universities and reaches out, at best, to coffee places, where it assumes a form of dry discussion. It has lost its therapeutic sting. Nothing has successfully replaced so far philosophy as understood in antiquity, i.e. as the medicine for soul. Psychotherapy stays away from metaphysics and fundamental questions about death and existence, religions proselyte their revealed truths, and meditation is offered most often as a mechanical technique, which is supposed to make you more relaxed and effective.

The Apennine School of Living Philosophy is perhaps the first school of philosophy, for last 15 centuries, located in a specific place, open to anyone, offering an access to a teacher, who has created original method of philosophying. If you honesly would like to study the art of examined living you can make it your own philosophical center.

ABOUT THE PLACE

The area of Parco Natuale dei Monti Simbruini, where The School is located is a perfect place for anyone, who would like to explore Italian landscape in a philosophical way. The place makes it easy to feel that under the surface of what we see – houses, streets or forest paths – still pulsate thoughts, emotions and visions of exceptional people, who used to life there: philosophers, monks, ascetics. The place is an ideal environment for enhancing insight into the sages way of thinking, by means of investigation, meditation, observance of nature, as well as other philosophical exercises. One can sit in the cave in area near the cave where Saint Benedict meditated for three years; or observe whirlpools on the streams similar to those, which Leonardo Da Vinci observed.

ABOUT ME:

Marcin Fabjański is a doctor of philosophy, academic lecturer, author of seven books, documentary film director and award-winning journalist, who has lived and worked in three continents. He studied western Philosophy at the universities in Poznań (Poland) and York (UK) and spent more than two years meditating in Buddhist centers and monasteries in Asia. He has experience of over 20 years in research, lecturing and counselling. He is a columnist for Poland’s best magazines and a winner of the most prestigious Polish journalist prize Grand Press, as well as prizes awarded by Independent Press Association in New York. When not engaged in teaching at The Apennine School of Philosophy, he writes scripts for philosophical comics.

ABOUT THE METHOD

WHAT IS SELF OFF

The Apennine School of Living Philosophy in Trevi Nel Lazio – your center of examined life, a place of reflection, intensive contact with nature, and psycho-physical regeneration. The practice in our School is modelled around exercises proposed by ancient philosophical schools (both Western and Eastern). It also includes micro-expeditions into wilderness and trips to places crucial for shaping of the Western identity, such as the Monastery of San Benedetto in Subiaco (RM).

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LATEST NEWS

13Nov
STREET PHILOSOPHY IN SUBIACO
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Very pleasant and successful promotion of my book in Subiaco, good lecture, nice meeting with old friends. It's always nice to lecture…

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My first book in Italian
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Now you can read my first book in Italian. Published by Lemma Press: https://www.lemmapress.com/it/catalogo/street-philosophy/139

19Jul
LECTURE IN BORGIA’S HOUSE
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It has been pleasure giving a lecture at Rocca Abbaziale in Subiaco, especially as a part of the conference by the International…

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