During phase 2 of our BiLP program, our young thinkers engaged in a “Know Thyself” project aimed at helping them gain insight about what examination of things that brings us joy can tell us about ourselves. The “Know Thyself” project culminated in a community showcase — in the form of an art exhibition highlighting their philosophical work and Q & A session — at the 5th Annual Reeder’s Alley Block Party. Check out details, photos, and more here!
Sponsored by the Carroll College Philosophy Department and Merlin CCC, this evening program took place in the Sage Room of the Corrette Library at Carroll College. Directed by philosopher Dr. Barry Ferst, who also served as the moderator, this symposium was an informal conversation about different understandings of the Islamic faith and Middle-East Islamic culture.
In the Spring of 2017, we collaborated with Nanette Whitman-Holmes (Life Enrichment Director for Touchmark) andJustin Whitaker, Founder of Mindfulness Montana and Philosophical Consultant, to offer an 8-week philosophy & mindfulness meditation program for seniors, caregivers & staff at Touchmark on Saddle Drive. The program combined aspects of philosophy and mindfulness meditation with the aim of inspiring critical, creative thought, imagination, humor, compassion, kindness, an improved sense of well-being, and community.