In today’s world, people are free to be who they want while being under pressure to conform to various social roles. One result is a pervasive worry that some or all aspects of our lives are lived inauthentically, as conveyed in expressions like “being just … read more.
Speaker: Dr. Pamerleau
Ralph Waldo Emerson left his Unitarian ministry in 1832 while still a young man, pursuing instead his own amalgamation of science, philosophy, literature, poetry and religion – with the latter having no higher status than the rest. Emerson’s views amount to a secular spirituality that … read more.