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Philosophy Symposia: Our Relationship with Nature (Gaia & Indigenous Perspectives)

Our Fall symposia series will focus on our relationship with nature. Conversational & interactive in format, scholars will consider Gaia Theory & Indigenous Worldviews and involve discussions and reflections about the inter-connectivity of earth (and its inhabitants), mythology, science, literature, and ethics. Friday, September 23rd – Sunday, September 25th. Featuring guest scholar Martin Ogle, M.S. (Educator, Wildlife Scientist & Chief Naturalist Emeritus for the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority) & a TBD humanities scholar of Indigenous Studies. Learn more here!

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Philosophy Symposia: Our Relationship with Nature (Gaia & Indigenous Perspectives)

Our Fall symposia series will focus on our relationship with nature. Conversational & interactive in format, scholars will consider Gaia Theory & Indigenous Worldviews and involve discussions and reflections about the inter-connectivity of earth (and its inhabitants), mythology, science, literature, and ethics. Friday, September 23rd – Sunday, September 25th. Featuring guest scholar Martin Ogle, M.S. (Educator, Wildlife Scientist & Chief Naturalist Emeritus for the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority) & a TBD humanities scholar of Indigenous Studies. Learn more here!

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Philosophy Symposia: Our Relationship with Nature (Gaia & Indigenous Perspectives)

Our Fall symposia series will focus on our relationship with nature. Conversational & interactive in format, scholars will consider Gaia Theory & Indigenous Worldviews and involve discussions and reflections about the inter-connectivity of earth (and its inhabitants), mythology, science, literature, and ethics. Friday, September 23rd – Sunday, September 25th. Featuring guest scholar Martin Ogle, M.S. (Educator, Wildlife Scientist & Chief Naturalist Emeritus for the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority) & a TBD humanities scholar of Indigenous Studies. Learn more here!

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