[Hac-announce] HAC Conversations, May 4, 2:30 pm
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Conversations</b>, May 4, 2013 2:30 p.m. at the Unitarian
Universalist Center, Hamden
“I don't believe …,” what do we say?
Recently in both
the book discussion about Greg Epstein's “Good Without God” and
after Robert Tapp's talk at our April meeting questions arose about
defintions of “secular” and “spiritual” These were lively
discussions but no one will be surprised to hear there were no simple
conclusions. But perhaps bringing out ideas about these concepts is,
itself, the important thing.
continue the discussion and, perhaps, get to a few more of the touchy
ideas like “agnoticism, atheism and purpose.” There are also a
couple of video's related to defining or explaining important ideas
that we probably mostly take for granted like self and mind. These
are listed below.
Damasio, “Self Comes to Mind,” and many other titles. Mar, 2011,
Degrasse Tyson --- on being claimed by/as atheist. ~”Being
agnostic separates me from the conduct of atheists.”
Newberg, “Why God Won't Go Away” Is the brain hard-wired for
God? You Tube origin of clip not cited.
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