Philosophy for Adult Life

A Live Cohort-Based Course

Learn how to build a life you love, with insights from the world's greatest minds.

Make foundational life choices armed with great ideas from Philosophy.

Your 20s is a time when you make big decisions about your life and career. Learn to think for yourself and set yourself on the path to happiness.

Philosophy for Adult Life

12-week cohort-based course with 20 seats, at Rs. 12,000. Lifetime access to content and community. 

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This course is for you, if:

You're thoughtful. You come alive discussing big ideas with like-minded people.
You're highly intentional and want a life that's unique to your values and goals.
You're hungry to learn about how ancient wisdom can help you live better.

What you'll get out of this course:

  • Discuss philosophy and life with like-minded people
    Break away from the daily grind for a few hours every week. Zoom out and reflect on life's grandest questions.
  • Develop and articulate your unique views on life
    Learn non-traditional approaches to life. Pick and choose what you'd like in your blueprint for a great life.
  • Sort out your understanding of love and relationships
    Think through your obligations to your romantic partners or loved ones. Get clarity on what you owe, and what you want.
  • Develop a journalling practice for high self-awareness
    Journaling isn't just about writing on a page. Take self-reflection to a new level by learning how to journal deeply.

What People Are Saying

"Nishant gets you to question some of the most foundational beliefs that you hold and he does it in the most gentle, unassuming way possible. One is in danger of walking into an existential crisis without even realizing it. Discussions with him were super fun and engaging, and always ended too soon."
"Nishant makes discussions so informal. It was discussing philosophy with friends. His facilitating skills were excellent."

Philosophy for Adult Life

Starting in Aprl 2023. Book Your Slot.

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Course Syllabus

01 | Work and Meaning

Learn from philosophers Albert Camus, Jean-Paul Sartre and writer Toni Morrisson what work is, and what it can be.

02 | Friends, Family, Partners

How do we define love? Is marriage for you? Explore these questions with readings from Soren Kierkegaard and Bell Hooks.

03 | Suffering, Pleasure and Life

Should life be optimized for pleasure? How do we cope with suffering? Step into the world of Buddhism, and explore the roots of hedonism.

04 | Technology, Time and Freedom

What's at the heart of attention-mining tech, and how do we live with it? Explore fresh ideas from Shoshana Zuboff and Niel Postman.

05 | Surviving The Daily Grind

How do we tackle the daily grind of adulting? Learn about lightness from Milan Kundera, and tweak default settings with David Foster Wallace.

Cohort Starts: April 2023

🕚 4-6 hours per week

Live Classes Every Tuesday

8:30 PM - 10:30 PM IST
We'll get together to discuss the reading of the week and your takeaways from it.

Sunday Reading Sessions

12:00 PM - 2:00 PM IST
We'll read together and clear our doubts. This session will be more informal and offer a space to get to know your peers better.

Weekly Self-Reflection

2 hours per week

Learning is better with intimate communities

Frequently Asked Questions

What will be the time commitment required?

This workshop is designed for working professionals. As long as you can attend live sessions every Tuesday evening and spend some time reading on weekends, you'll do just fine.

Is there an age barrier to the workshop?

The cohort will be largely people in their 20s, but the themes we'll discuss are timeless, so there's no age barrier!

Do you offer scholarships?

Yes! If you really cannot afford the fee, do write to me at with what you'd like the fee to be. I'll try my best to accommodate you. 

I have more questions. Can we chat?

Sure! Here's my Calendly. Book a slot and I'll be happy to address any further questions you have.

Philosophy for Adult Life

Starting in Aprl 2023. Book Your Slot.

Enroll Now