Capra posits that in order to sustain life, the principles underlying our social institutions must be consistent with the broader organization of nature.
Today we are able to see our world in more ways than ever before. How shall we see beyond the boundaries we have?
In this inaugural lecture James Keenan will explore how an ecclesial ethics of vulnerability, that is predicated on the risk-taking vulnerability of God, can offer a pathway of renewal.
Like beauty, a life well lived seems impossible to define in abstract terms, but we know it when we see it. When we do, we are blown away by its significance.
A growing body of research points to the beneficial effects that exposure to the natural world has on health, reducing stress and promoting healing.