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Institute of Continuing Education (ICE)


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One of the greatest of all English poets, Milton was also one of history’s great advocates of liberty.  He not only dedicated his pen to the causes of democracy, free speech, and religious toleration, but risked his life in pursuit of them.  However, he also saw first-hand how easily a nation’s exercise of freedom goes astray. In his renowned epic poem Paradise Lost, he does more than tell a great story in resounding language:  he also sends a timeless message to posterity, that true liberty ― the kind worth taking a stand for ― means not merely freedom to pursue selfish desires, but the capacity to take moral responsibility for our choices, and by our example to help humanity rise up to its extraordinary potential for good.


Course dates

18 Oct 2021 to 05 Dec 2021

Course duration

7 Weeks. This course is completed entirely online

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18 Oct 2021

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