This work is a series of biographies of famous Greeks and Romans, arranged in pairs to illuminate their common moral virtues and vices. As is explained in the opening paragraph of his Life of Alexander, Plutarch was not concerned with history so much as the influence of character, good or bad, on the lives and destinies of men.
The Fellowship of Reason was founded in Atlanta, GA in 1998 as a non-profit organization to provide fellowship, ethical education, and continuing classical education for thoughtful people, young and old. We welcome individuals and families, offering both adult and family-friendly activities. Activities include inspirational, social, educational, and recreational outings. Family and children programs are especially important to us. There's something for everyone!
*a reason-based approach to life
*social events and opportunities
*an active kids' group and family-friendly activities
*adult learning activities and book clubs
*study of aesthetics, ethics, and philosophy
*support in living reflectively and with purpose
*recognition of life events
*a regular children's educational program
FOR is a reason-based moral community. Our guiding question is: "What is the beautiful thing to do?"
All social and educational events are open to visitors. As a non-profit, FOR is a member-supported organization. To learn more about FOR and how to join, visit our website at http://www.fellowshipofreason.com/