PHILOSOPHY OF FREEDOM WORKSHOP
Below are details for the philosophy of Freedom Workshop from the 4th to the 6th of March. Bookings can be made via Sean Byrne at: byrnesean594@ gmail.com
Rudolf Steiners’ Philosophy of Freedom (part I)
a weekend seminar at the Christian Community House in Tuamgraney, Ireland
w/ Jac Hielema*
Friday, March 4 (19.30 until 21.00 opening evening)
The Philosophy of Freedom & The times they are a-changin’
After a check-in in which we briefly introduce ourselves to each other, we jointly build up a picture of the current social and economic situation and the questions we have in this regard. Next, I look at the current situation from the perspective of the Philosophy of Freedom. I will also outline how the Philosophy of Freedom can provide us with a way out of this situation towards a more human and Earth-friendly economy and society. For the times they are a-changin’….
Saturday, March 5
10.00 until 11.30 (reception from 9.30 onwards)
- Check in: What brings you here? What questions do you have?
- Introduction to Rudolf Steiners’ the Philosophy of Freedom (part I)
- Chapter 1 Conscious Human Action
11.45 until 13.15
- Chapter 2 The Fundamental Urge for Knowledge
- Start with Chapter 3 Thinking in the service of Understanding the World
14.15 until 15.45
- Chapter 3 Thinking in the service of Understanding the World
16.00 until 17.30
- Chapter 4 The World as Percept
- Check out
Sunday, March 6
10.30 until 11.30 Act of Consecration
12.00 until 13.30 (reception from 11.30 onwards)
- Chapter 5 Knowing the World
- Chapter 6 Human Individuality
14.30 until 16.00
- Chapter 7 Are There Limits to Cognition?
- Check out and goodbye
* Jac Hielema will practice and do the Philosophy of Freedom with the participants. The starting point and final goal are the participants and their thoughts and feelings as they are. Prior knowledge in whatever area is not necessary. Jac Hielema does, however, require willingness on the part of the participants to reflect on their own thinking and together with others create a safe atmosphere in which everything can be said, asked and done what is needed to practice and do the Philosophy of Freedom.