Ancient Miletus: The Birthplace of Western Science

Instructor(s)
Charlene Mileti
Leader-Teacher for Off-Campus Studies
Location
Laurel Lake Community Room
Date
Thursdays, September 19-November 7
Time
1:30-3 p.m.

Miletus: situated on the Aegean coast of the Ionian world in Asia Minor, the city is credited with being the birthplace of western science and philosophy. Beginning in the 6th Century BC, we meet Thales, known as the Father of Science along with other thinkers who laid the foundation for the science and knowledge that we continue to embrace today. 

Book: Flame of Miletus: The Birth of Science in Ancient Greece (and How it Changed the World), John Freely

Member of Lifelong Learning Cost
$87
Nonmember Cost
$103