A presentation of a Philosophy course, 2 lectures each 3 hours long, discussing in brief schools of thought in Classical Greece.
Outline starts with general introduction to Western Philosophy, followed by simple visualization of key terms used by Presocratic philosophers, as in Doxa, Arche, Being, and Becoming.
Then, the lecture gives brief discussions on each of the Presocratics, starting with Thales, his students, Pythagoras, Heraclitus, Parmenides, The Sophists, till the historical Socrates.
Afterwards, Plato and Aristotle are explained in fairly detailed exposure.
The lecture then ends by briefly touching on the impact both Plato and Aristotle had on the modern world, via their direct influence on Plotinus, St. Augustine, and - later on - St. Thomas Aquinas.