Posts Tagged ‘philosophy’
Sunday, September 28th – 2:30 p.m.
Eriugena’s theology of the logos
Walker Brents III weaves a fascinating web of insight, association, speculation and delight the last Sunday of every month, following his muse where it takes him on topics divers — from epic literature to mythological tales to the enigmas of poetry and the profundities of philosophy and religion. Today at 2:30, join his many devotees to…Read More
Sunday, May 25th – 2:30 pm
Walker Talks! on Albert Camus
The conflict between the intellectual search for meaning in life when no inherent meaning is to be found there spawned the 1950s philosophy of the absurd explored trenchantly by French Algerian writer Albert Camus in his many books — including centrally, The Myth of Sisyphus (1942). Each month, save the summer months, Walker Brents III explores a…Read More