Rebel Wisdom Courses

Since the beginning of Rebel Wisdom, we’ve been focused on creating experiences to help people embody and experiment with the ideas we explore on the channel. You can check out our flagship course Sensemaking 101 and our new self-study course Essential Philosophy for Modern Life further down.

With our new free resource, The Sensemaking Companion, we’ve pulled together some of the key ideas, practices and frameworks that we’ve found most useful as an introduction to making sense of the times.

Register below to get an introductory film and full access when we launch it on 5 January, 2022. 

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 Rebel Wisdom Courses 

Our courses are an opportunity to learn from some of the brightest thinkers and most experienced facilitators we’ve come across in order to level up to meet the challenges of the times we live in. Sharpen your awareness, improve your sensemaking, and connect with others looking to explore the edge of the cultural conversation. Check out what’s coming up below

10 February 2022

Our flagship course with tuition from some of the brightest minds we’ve had on the channel. With over 1000 alumni and an average rating of nine out of ten, Sensemaking 101 helps you improve the skills we need to make sense of a complex, fast-changing cultural landscape. Hosted by Alexander Beiner and David Fuller and featuring world-class guest faculty, the course moves from the inside out; helping you develop your mindfulness, discernment and cognitive capacity before applying these skills to making sense of culture, systems and the media. 


What can Socrates teach us about identity politics? Can Mary Wollstonecraft give us a fresh take on free speech in the age of big tech? What would Carl Jung make of the strange union of the new age and far right known as ‘Conspirituality’? This course, led by award-winning public philosopher Jules Evans, looks at the big philosophical ideas and thinkers behind some of the noisiest issues of the day. With so much reaction and outrage in public debate, it can be difficult to step back and see the philosophical positions – the deep code – underlying these clashing currents. When we do, we can uncover essential insights that help us thrive in the times we live in.