The School of Economic Science (SES), a registered charity based in Mandeville Place, near Oxford Street in London, provides courses in what it calls “Practical Philosophy” (its core subject) and “Economics with Justice”.
The courses are based on the Hindu philosophy of Advaita Vedanta, which sees an underlying unity in all things.
The School also pursues a range of other studies and activities, all linked to the principles that it teaches. Those who continue their studies following the introductory course are encouraged to take up meditation and later to undertake voluntary work to help with the running of the School, and to attend occasional residential programmes.
It is seen by some commentators as a cult or new religious movement.
Last updated: October 16, 2014 at 10:06 am
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