Submitted by Jonathan Dawson on Mon, 05/10/2015 - 09:59
The revolution demanded by economics students around the world has focused almost exclusively on the curriculum, specifically on the need to draw on a much wider range of traditions and schools of economic thought.
Submitted by Philip Franses on Wed, 23/09/2015 - 14:15
Philip Franses encapsulates in a simple way the essence of what Holistic Science for him is about, not always an easy thing to articulate, and also inquires into some of its implications for the relation of science and faith.
Submitted by Jane.gleeson on Mon, 14/09/2015 - 11:38
To garden well requires strength of heart. To nourish the necessary connection, meeting engagement and intimacy with the world that allows us to care and motivates us to practice good horticulture we need a clarity of vision that eschews overly romantic notions of the ‘goodness’ of nature and allows an honesty of interaction.
Submitted by mark.wallace on Fri, 04/09/2015 - 16:34
Thomas Berry cultural historian and ecotheologian, writes about Matthew Fox who teaches here on the forthcoming course Eco-Spirituality, Creation Spirituality: Exploring Eco-Mystics and Becoming Eco-Warriors