Tribal Politics: Moral Issues are at the Heart of Elections
Social psychologist Jonathon Haidt offers a perspective on why we vote the way we do that you’re unlikely to have read about in the deluge of mainstream election-season coverage this fall.
Expanding Our Moral Imagination
We live in a culture of denial, especially about the grim reality of climate change. Sure, we want to savor the occasional shrimp cocktail without having to brood about ruined mangroves...
Embracing the New Wisdom
150 presenters, not only helped the Networker Symposium celebrate its 35th anniversary, but illuminated a new vision of integrative mental healthcare.
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Mary Pipher on Activism: Applying our Healing Skills in the Wider World
Bestselling author and retired psychotherapist Mary Pipher makes a case for therapists’ having the know-how to become effective social activists---and for why saving the environment isn’t such a lost cause.
Sherry Turkle Sees e-Life at the Crossroads
MIT professor Sherry Turkle has spent the last 30 years studying what our machines have come to mean to us, and how they're altering--sometimes radically--our experience of intimacy, privacy, personal identity, and human connection.
Symposium 2010 Starts a New Kind of Conversation
By Garry Cooper
Glorious Food: Ambivalence and guilt take up a lot of space at today's dinner tables
Never before has the simple act of eating been so fraught with ethical, spiritual, and psychological issues.
A new awareness for our time
Our collective survival depends on a shift in our most basic assumptions and perceptions, one that'll drive changes in commerce and industry, as well as in our individual actions and behaviors.
How's God Doing? Despite today's headlines, much better than you think
Despite all the evidence to the contrary, a new book argues that God, or at least our concept of deity, is getting more compassionate and inclusive.
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