Ken Wilber Class through Evening at Emory

Registration is now open for the class I’ll be teaching on the philosophy and spirituality of Ken Wilber, through Emory University’s Center for Lifelong Learning here in Atlanta, starting on Thursday, July 21. To register, click here.

Here’s the write-up on the class, from the Evening at Emory website:

A Brief History of Everything: An Introduction to Ken Wilber

American philosopher Ken Wilber’s writings combine eastern and western spirituality, psychology, biology, cultural theory, and other strands of contemporary thought to create what the author calls “integral psychology.” Wilber bridges science and religion, explains the dynamics of human consciousness and moral development, and speculates on future evolution of our species. Despite the complexity of his thought, many of Wilber’s books are surprisingly accessible, including the textbook for this class A Brief History of Everything. In this class we’ll read the book, discuss its merits, and consider how Wilber’s ideas can impact the scientific and spiritual communities. Textbook (not included in tuition): A Brief History of Everything.

5 session(s): Thu: Jul 21-Aug 18 / 7:00-9:00 pm
Registration fee: $150   CEUs: 1      

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About Carl McColman

Author of Befriending Silence, The Big Book of Christian Mysticism, Answering the Contemplative Call, and other books. Retreat leader. Speaker. Professed Lay Cistercian.