Online Talk: Wisdom of Ancient Ireland

All ancient cultures reflect in their vision of life an understanding of the human being and the universe. From myths and symbols to the way they governed themselves, how did ...
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Online Talk: Synchronicity & Karma

Pioneered by CG Jung, Synchronicity helps us to understand the meaning behind apparently unrelated events. Such phenomena can allow us to perceive the web of life that connects all things, ...
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Online Talk: Seneca

We feel that life is short or that we never have enough time. Seneca asks the question, “but how much time do you waste?”. Leaving aside tips and tricks for ...
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Online Talk: Buddhism and Stoicism

Historically, in an unstable and impermanent world, schools of philosophy have sought answers and solutions to manage troubled times and allow the human being to regain their inner stability. In ...
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World Philosophy Day – Online Talks on Stoicism

By celebrating World Philosophy Day each year, on the third Thursday of November, UNESCO underlines the enduring value of philosophy for the development of human thought, for each culture and ...
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Online Talk: Socrates – The search for happiness in times of change

According to Socrates, the highest good was not something to possess, but an inner happiness or Eudaimonia. Although Socrates lived in times of uncertainty, war and a change in social ...
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Online Talk: Tao Te Ching – Ancient Chinese Wisdom for Today

Lao Tzu together with Confucius and Buddha is considered to be one of the three great Chinese spiritual leaders, and is attributed with writing the mysterious Tao Te Ching. The ...
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Online Talk: Chinese philosophy: Confucius – The Meaning of Ethics in the Face of Crisis

Confucius has left a remarkable influence on Eastern civilisation in a similar way to Plato in the West. His teachings continue to inspire 2,500 years after his death. For him, ...
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Online Talk: Alexandria – A Model of Tolerance for a World in Crisis

To help us understand what it truly means to be tolerant we can look to one of history’s great examples; the cultural meeting point of antiquity between East and West ...
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