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9 months ago
August 23, 2021:  In this talk I will present evidence that we are currently moving, via the postmodern era (which in many ways is an extreme extension of the values of modernity), into a transmodern era. This new era is one of radical interconnectedness and of coming up against systemic limits, which the values of individualism, progress and institutional separations that define modernity are not well equipped to cope with. Many of these systemic limitations have been very apparent during the Covid-19 pandemic and these will be discussed. I will argue that some of the governmental response to Covid-19 has been arguable pre-modern in ethos. The transmodern worldview requires a framework for understanding the important role that spirituality and science play in solving the problems that the modern world has created, which acknowledges their complex interactive relationship while recognising their differences. I will present my ‘MODI model’ of science and spirituality as an example of this.
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Dr Xander Stell - Living Awe: the art and science of self-transcendence - talk and musical performance at Mystics and Scientists 2019
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Dr Oliver Robinson - Exploring the meanings of science and spirituality at Mystics and Scientists 2019
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What if science and academia ‘flipped’ into post-materialism? Join Jeff Kripal to learn about the dramatic transformations of scientists and academics following a ‘flip’ – a reversal of perspective often born of an extreme, life-changing experience. Jeff’s book gives us a visionary new worldview of the cosmos, human consciousness and their intimate connection.
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What scientist around the world really think about religion.
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How and why are we all innately interconnected? Join developmental psychologist Dr Suzanne Zeedyk to re-attune to the experiences of your baby-self and how these relate to our innate empathic connection with each other.
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1 year ago
There is a widely-held view that religion and science are incompatible.  How true is this – in any sense?  Do they conflict in their vision of reality? Do ‘real’ scientists find an allegiance to both impossible, or even difficult, to maintain?  Does the fact that there are differences in approach to the world make mutual comprehension impossible or incoherent? What are the significant differences  between spirituality and religion?