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language as a window into human nature

For a change, here's a link to a great talk on language by Steven Pinker

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Saturday 25 July Dante’s Divine Comedy an Allegory of the Soul’s Journey This 1-day workshop will give you an introduction to this masterpiece and a key for understanding the text that will enable you to discover its deeper meaning for yourself.

See more talks like this in: society / literature / medievalliterature / dante


Wednesday 5 August Science, Technology and the Future of Humanity We are now arriving at a critical time when we need to make important decisions on what kind of future we want, for ourselves and the future generations.

See more talks like this in: science / society / society / humanity


Tuesday 11 August Emblems of Resilience: Nurses, ‘Spanish Influenza’ and lessons for Covid-19 (virtual event) This event explores the image of nurses during the early-twentieth-century and the toll this mask of resilience took upon the human being behind it.

See more talks like this in: society / women / 19thcentury


Thursday 20 August The Hidden Origins of Rome The aim of this talk is to show that the greatness that was Rome rested in many ways on esoteric and sacred-magical foundations.

See more talks like this in: science / history / ancientrome / rome






 

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