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Objectivity

The state of being objective is to correctly represent reality. The term “reality” however can lack clarity. Science is a methodological attempt to resolve truths from ambiguity.

Empirical evidence based upon observations and experimentation in the physical world is conducive to the verification of scientific judgments. Adherence to the rules of deduction and the process of inductive reasoning implements the validity and soundness of scientific arguments and conclusions. Read more

10th July 2014: A Different Kind Of Humanity by Ciaran Healy

human nature

Come along to The Counting House at 7pm to listen to Ciaran’s talk. Share a crust of bread, and hear the reflections he has to share…

Title of talk:

Strange Terrain

Part Two – A Different Kind Of Humanity

 

Bullet points of what you would like to talk about:

  • Brief – BRIEF – recap of lecture 1 in the series. Listen to the recap online before attending to
  • get the full effect.
  • The fundamental mechanism underlying all amplified conflict.
  • The sundering of cultural context through globalised communications.
  • The untenable human – how humanity as it has been is no longer stable, or sustainable.
  • Mysticism and the Eastern answer.
  • The limits of militant peace.
  • The painting and the palette – a metaphor for a new, high-impact humanity apart from divisive beliefs.
  • Flavour-based humanity.

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