Further Studies


The teaching of New Acropolis unfolds in seven cycles of classes from the introduction to the philosophies of East and West up to maieutics, one evening class per week.

Optional subjects and numerous activities complement our formation for a better individual action or action within teams.


Second Cycle

It is composed of three subjects, covered alternatively, in continuation to the subjects covered in the foundation course. It is necessary to have completed the foundation course in order to attend the second level of courses. The topics covered are:

1. Introduction to the wisdom of the East and West is a continuation of Philosophy of history. It attempts to answer our questions about the enigma of life through the study of the laws of nature transmitted by the Wisdoms of the East and West.

2. Psychology is a continuation of ethics. It gives some theoretical and practical bases for a better self knowledge and self mastery, in order to better express the potential of our inner being.

3. Philosophical education is a continuation of Political philosophy by giving simple keys to live as a philosopher in our daily lives while living in solidarity with others.


Higher Cycles

3rd cycle: The Laws of wisdom and nature

  • Man and his energies
  • Ecology and life of the planet

4th cycle: Anthropogenesis

  • The origins of man

5th cycle: Cosmogenesis

  • The origins of the Universe

6th cycle: Traditional sciences

  • The hermetic tradition: Astrology, Alchemy
  • The Eastern tradition: Yoga

7th cycle: Maieutics

  • The awakening of the inner being in order to become one with oneself.
Plato and Aristotle


Optional Subjects andComplementary Courses

Practical psychology (3 levels)

Moral philosophy

General symbolism of civilisations and of the elements

Rhetoric (3 levels)

History of philosophy (4 levels)

Comparative religions (2 levels)

Philosophy of science

Metaphysical Aesthetics

The approach to Beauty through the philosophies of antiquity up to our times