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December 2020

Harmony: Ecological Civilization as Communities of Communities

December 10, 2020 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm PST
Online

    Speakers: Klaus Bosselmann, Tian Song and Jinfeng Zhou A new kind of collaboration, toward a new kind of civilization, is needed if we are to shift humanity away from the current civilization that is indifferent to the needs of the most vulnerable and that predominantly has lifestyles and production patterns that destroy the life support systems that sustain life on Earth. Two decades ago, after years of international collaboration and with input from visionaries around the world, a document…

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January 2021

Whitehead Reading Group: The Archive 2021(January 29-April 23, 2021)

January 29 @ 9:00 am - April 23 @ 10:15 am PST

The Whitehead Reading Group aims to provide an informal setting through which Whitehead scholars can begin to think collaboratively about what the archival documents found in the Whitehead Research Library (WRL) tell us about Whitehead’s philosophy and life. Launched in February 2019, the WRL contains archival Whitehead materials seldom or never seen before, including almost the entirety of the papers donated to WRP by Whitehead’s grandson. Meetings will take place via Zoom, with discussions led by co-vectors Brianne Donaldson of…

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February 2021

Process and Politics: Governing in a Divided Society

February 6 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm CST

Process and Faith: Twin Cities Connection is an ecumenical organization of theologians, ministers, and others who are interested in the theological and practical implications of process-relational theology for the well-being of all. We are affiliated with the Center for Process Studies in Salem, Oregon, and the Cobb Institute in Claremont, California. Agenda: 10 AM Dr. James Hart Welcome and Introductions 10: 15 Minnesota State Representative Reverend Todd Lippert Searching for the Public Common Good 10:45 Dr. Lynne Lorenzen, Professor Emerita…

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International Symposium on Ecological Civilization and the Second Enlightenment & Celebrating Dr. Cobb 96 Birthday

February 8 @ 5:00 pm - February 9 @ 12:30 am PST

Online Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86295363253?pwd=Uy9SYlRTNWkxTjMrcUtHWXd GRjd5QT09 Meeting ID: 862 9536 3253 Passcode: 926179 February 8 (Monday)5:00-8:00pm; 9:00pm-12:30am (Pacific Time) February 9 (Tuesday) 9:00am - 12:00pm; 1:00-4:30pm (Beijing Time )   The global pandemic COVID-19 has not only led to a dramatic loss of many lives but also exposed the fatal drawbacks of modern industrial civilization. It also announced the failure of the first enlightenment that originated in Western Europe and the various theories based on it. Our current era calls for…

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Common Good International Film Festival (February 12-15, 2021)

February 12 @ 6:00 pm - February 15 @ 9:00 pm PST

Four days of films and discussions that elicit common sense, common decency, and the common good, while celebrating the wisdom of Alfred North Whitehead. With ten films meant to inform, inspire, and amuse, the Common Good Film Festival celebrates the work of filmmakers that tell the stories of those dedicated to the benefit of humanity. Due to COVID-19 and the uncertainty of being able to gather in person in February, we have decided to shift to a virtual festival for…

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April 2021

he Philosophy of Psychedelics: Exploring Frameworks for Exceptional Experience

April 14 - April 16

In recent years a resurgence of studies into psychedelic experience has arisen in the cognitive sciences to such an extent as to become known as The Psychedelic Renaissance. The focus of these scientific studies has been upon the immediate medicinal value that psychedelics may bestow; but the value that the examination of such exceptional experiences may bestow upon the philosophy of mind, phenomenology, ethics, and academic metaphysics is a field yet to be mapped. To end, we are pleased to announce an online…

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May 2021

What is Process, Anyway?

May 10 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm PDT

Taught by one of the world’s leading experts in process thought, Dr. Jay McDaniel will provide an introduction to some of the major themes and concepts found in process-relational philosophy and theology   Register here: https://cobb.institute/event/what-is-process-anyway/ 20% off are available for members of the Cobb Institute and CPS.

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Claremont Eco Forum

May 21 - May 26

Six days of international dialogue on the most important challenges we face: rethinking governance, economies, food, education, communities, and more. The Claremont Eco Forum (a.k.a. the International Forum on Ecological Civilization) continues to be one of the largest forums on ecological civilization in the world. Since 2006, this annual forum has drawn together a global cohort of creative academics, activists, artists, non-profit leaders, and governmental officials who are dedicated to rethinking our society toward an ecological civilization. You're invited to…

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June 2021

CST Process Summer Intensive

June 14 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm PDT

The Process Summer Intensive (TPS3063/4063) is an annual Claremont School of Theology summer course sponsored by the Center for Process Studies. The Process Summer Intensive is a 1-week exploration (via live Zoom sessions) that includes three different adventures in process studies. The first segment (taught by Dr. Andrew Davis) explores the philosophical foundations of process thinking. The second segment (taught by Dr. Karen Baker-Fletcher) explores key contributions of process theology to particular theological and religious issues. The third segment (taught…

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July 2021

Process Summer Intensive (July 6-12, 2021)

July 6 @ 9:00 am - July 10 @ 6:00 pm PDT

The 2021 Process Theology Summer Intensive is a 1-week exploration that includes three different adventures in process theology. The first segment (taught by Dr. Andrew Davis) explores the philosophical foundations of process thinking. The second segment (taught by Dr. Karen Baker-Fletcher) explores key contributions of process theology to particular theological and religious issues. The third segment (taught by Dr. Jon Gill) explores the implications of process theology to art, social justice movements, and efforts of liberation. Join Online At Home…

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