A School of Philosophy

We offer a comprehensive program of studies which begins with the first course series: Philosophy For Everyone: Wisdom of East and West. Our curriculum gives students a strong foundation of traditional knowledge which, like classical humanism, brings together sciences, arts, religions and philosophies in a comparative way and which reveals the laws governing nature and the human being.

Through our courses, we promote the enduring value of philosophy as “love of wisdom,” a profound search for truth and meaning. Philosophy is about improving ourselves, and changing the world we live in by “being that change.” Every activity at New Acropolis embodies this philosophical spirit.


Philosophy For Daily Living

10 Week Course
Wisdom of East & West

Full Course Tuition: $125
(Payment Options Available)

Classes Start Wednesday, September 18, 2019 @ 7:00pm - 8:30pm
at Serenbe Art Farm Studio
9057 Selborne Lane, Palmetto, GA 30268 (Serenbe)

Philosophy for Daily Living is a 10-week exploration of humanity's greatest questions and IDEAS. The course is taught by Dr. David Hirschorn, Ph.D who is the host of the Philosophy for Daily Living podcast.

In this course, you will explore the wisdom of the greatest teachers in human history such as Hypatia, Buddha, Plato, and the Stoics. Each class is presented as a lecture with follow up Q+A and runs between 75-90min with a 5-10min break. Let us know if you are unable to attend a class and we will do our best to schedule a make up.

Inquiries: Email David Hirschorn at david.hirschorn@newacropolisatlanta.org

$125 for Full Course
$15 per Drop In
First class is free to attend!


  • India and Egypt: Know Yourself

  • India: The Bhagavad Gita

  • Ancient Greece: Plato’s Myth of the Cave

  • Tibetan Wisdom: Voice of the Silence

  • Ancient Greece: Socrates and Plato

  • The Buddha: The Dhammapada

  • Ancient Rome and Stoicism

  • Aristotle and Happiness, Plotinus and the Soul

  • Confucius and Harmony, Ptahoptep and Ethics

  • Mystery of Time

Each class is lecture style with corresponding course notes. Texts/ Books we will be referencing are:

Bhagavad Gita
The Dhammapada
Meditations (Marcus Aurelius)
Republic (Plato)
Voice of The Silence (Helena Blavatsky)