What happens to Philosophy – the love of wisdom – when we approach it as a global quest for shared understanding and harmony? How has humanity envisioned One World – both cosmologically and geopolitically? Let’s explore some of the loftiest and deepest insights about Ultimate Reality, Human Fulfillment and Social Justice that are embedded in thought systems from many lands and traditions. The vision of One World has been evolving steadily over time and space, yielding rich and inspiring mansions of thought and aspiration. Where has this quest arrived for us today? Is our overall worldview bleak, promising, or somewhere in between? An informal lecture-discussion format will help provide spirited group explorations.
- Introduction & Indigenous Philosophy of Ancient Africa & Oceania
- Hindu Philosophy: Shankara, Ramanuja, Aurobindo & Radhakrishnan
- Buddhist Philosophy: Nagarjuna, Wonhyo, Dogen & the Dalai Lama
- Chinese Philosophy: Chu Hsi, Wang Yangming, Kang Youwei & Tan Sitong
- Islamic Philosophy: Avicenna, Averroes, Al-Ghazali & Mulla Sadra
- Baha’i Philosophy: Contemporary Visions of One World
About the Instructor
Harold Rosen – Master’s Degrees in Religion, Philosophy & Education (www.interfaitheducation.org)
Start Date: March 30, 2016 (6 Sessions)
Time: 12:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Fee: Member$40/series or $7 per session
Non-member $50/series or $10 per session
Location: 32444 Seventh Avenue, Mission
Pre-registration required by March 15, 2016 Thank You