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Lectures by Dr. Jessica Frazier

Imagination, Narrative and Possession

Mapping the Mystical Self Series
8 Feb 2013
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Emotion, Ecstasy and Intensity

Mapping the Mystical Self Series
22 Feb 2013
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Body, Practice and Transformation

Mapping the Mystical Self Series
8 Mar 2013
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The Cartography of Subjectivity and Consciousness

Mapping the Mystical Self Series
25 Jan 2013
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Hermeneutics, Philosophy and Religion: Gadamer: Week 2

27 Jan 2017

Classic problems in Philosophy, Religion and the Humanities more broadly can be approached through the branch of phenomenology that Hans-Georg Gadamer termed ‘Philosophical Hermeneutics’. Texts become living objects of dialogue. Spirituality becomes a process through which the self grows. Community becomes a form of expanded selfhood, and religious truth claims become an invitation to adapt oneself to a new picture of the world. These seminars will explore key themes, drawing on Gadamer’s writings on beauty, health and ethics, Plato and Hegel, spiritual growth and multicultural society.These 1 hour seminars will explore key themes in the Study of the Humanities in general, and religion in particular:Week 2: Redefining Truth and Text—Living LanguageWeek 3: Hermeneutic Spirituality—Locating the individual in the WholeWeek 4: Defining Self, Body, and Agency—Self as shifting nexusWeek 5: Rethinking Community and Pluralism—From dialogues to chorusesWeek 6: Science vs Religion Truths—From prediction to transformationWeek 7: Rethinking Divinity—Alternative forms of 'God'

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Hermeneutics, Philosophy and Religion: Gadamer: Week 3

3 Feb 2017

Classic problems in Philosophy, Religion and the Humanities more broadly can be approached through the branch of phenomenology that Hans-Georg Gadamer termed ‘Philosophical Hermeneutics’. Texts become living objects of dialogue. Spirituality becomes a process through which the self grows. Community becomes a form of expanded selfhood, and religious truth claims become an invitation to adapt oneself to a new picture of the world. These seminars will explore key themes, drawing on Gadamer’s writings on beauty, health and ethics, Plato and Hegel, spiritual growth and multicultural society.These 1 hour seminars will explore key themes in the Study of the Humanities in general, and religion in particular:Week 2: Redefining Truth and Text—Living LanguageWeek 3: Hermeneutic Spirituality—Locating the individual in the WholeWeek 4: Defining Self, Body, and Agency—Self as shifting nexusWeek 5: Rethinking Community and Pluralism—From dialogues to chorusesWeek 6: Science vs Religion Truths—From prediction to transformationWeek 7: Rethinking Divinity—Alternative forms of 'God'

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Hermeneutics, Philosophy and Religion: Gadamer: Week 4

10 Feb 2017

Classic problems in Philosophy, Religion and the Humanities more broadly can be approached through the branch of phenomenology that Hans-Georg Gadamer termed ‘Philosophical Hermeneutics’. Texts become living objects of dialogue. Spirituality becomes a process through which the self grows. Community becomes a form of expanded selfhood, and religious truth claims become an invitation to adapt oneself to a new picture of the world. These seminars will explore key themes, drawing on Gadamer’s writings on beauty, health and ethics, Plato and Hegel, spiritual growth and multicultural society.These 1 hour seminars will explore key themes in the Study of the Humanities in general, and religion in particular:Week 2: Redefining Truth and Text—Living LanguageWeek 3: Hermeneutic Spirituality—Locating the individual in the WholeWeek 4: Defining Self, Body, and Agency—Self as shifting nexusWeek 5: Rethinking Community and Pluralism—From dialogues to chorusesWeek 6: Science vs Religion Truths—From prediction to transformationWeek 7: Rethinking Divinity—Alternative forms of 'God'

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Hermeneutics, Philosophy and Religion: Gadamer: Week 5

17 Feb 2017

Classic problems in Philosophy, Religion and the Humanities more broadly can be approached through the branch of phenomenology that Hans-Georg Gadamer termed ‘Philosophical Hermeneutics’. Texts become living objects of dialogue. Spirituality becomes a process through which the self grows. Community becomes a form of expanded selfhood, and religious truth claims become an invitation to adapt oneself to a new picture of the world. These seminars will explore key themes, drawing on Gadamer’s writings on beauty, health and ethics, Plato and Hegel, spiritual growth and multicultural society.These 1 hour seminars will explore key themes in the Study of the Humanities in general, and religion in particular:Week 2: Redefining Truth and Text—Living LanguageWeek 3: Hermeneutic Spirituality—Locating the individual in the WholeWeek 4: Defining Self, Body, and Agency—Self as shifting nexusWeek 5: Rethinking Community and Pluralism—From dialogues to chorusesWeek 6: Science vs Religion Truths—From prediction to transformationWeek 7: Rethinking Divinity—Alternative forms of 'God'

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Hermeneutics, Philosophy and Religion: Gadamer: Week 6

24 Feb 2017

Classic problems in Philosophy, Religion and the Humanities more broadly can be approached through the branch of phenomenology that Hans-Georg Gadamer termed ‘Philosophical Hermeneutics’. Texts become living objects of dialogue. Spirituality becomes a process through which the self grows. Community becomes a form of expanded selfhood, and religious truth claims become an invitation to adapt oneself to a new picture of the world. These seminars will explore key themes, drawing on Gadamer’s writings on beauty, health and ethics, Plato and Hegel, spiritual growth and multicultural society.These 1 hour seminars will explore key themes in the Study of the Humanities in general, and religion in particular:Week 2: Redefining Truth and Text—Living LanguageWeek 3: Hermeneutic Spirituality—Locating the individual in the WholeWeek 4: Defining Self, Body, and Agency—Self as shifting nexusWeek 5: Rethinking Community and Pluralism—From dialogues to chorusesWeek 6: Science vs Religion Truths—From prediction to transformationWeek 7: Rethinking Divinity—Alternative forms of 'God'

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Hermeneutics, Philosophy and Religion: Gadamer: Week 7

3 Mar 2017

Classic problems in Philosophy, Religion and the Humanities more broadly can be approached through the branch of phenomenology that Hans-Georg Gadamer termed ‘Philosophical Hermeneutics’. Texts become living objects of dialogue. Spirituality becomes a process through which the self grows. Community becomes a form of expanded selfhood, and religious truth claims become an invitation to adapt oneself to a new picture of the world. These seminars will explore key themes, drawing on Gadamer’s writings on beauty, health and ethics, Plato and Hegel, spiritual growth and multicultural society.These 1 hour seminars will explore key themes in the Study of the Humanities in general, and religion in particular:Week 2: Redefining Truth and Text—Living LanguageWeek 3: Hermeneutic Spirituality—Locating the individual in the WholeWeek 4: Defining Self, Body, and Agency—Self as shifting nexusWeek 5: Rethinking Community and Pluralism—From dialogues to chorusesWeek 6: Science vs Religion Truths—From prediction to transformationWeek 7: Rethinking Divinity—Alternative forms of 'God'

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