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Spirituality and Social Hope

Duration of the Workshop

Two sessions – 240 minutes  

About the Workshop

Introduction to the understanding of the concepts of spirituality and social hope, according to the book “Mind and Everything: Schemes for living” by Maghsoud Farasatkhah. The workshop includes two lectures in two sessions, focusing on “spirituality” and “relationship between spirituality and social hope”. Topics raised in the first session:

  • What do we call spirituality?
  • Mind design for spirituality
  • The most important dualities of spirituality
    • Spirituality: religion/beyond religion
    • Spirituality: god/man
    • Spirituality: ethics/ meta-ethics
    • Spirituality: existential/cognitive
    • Spirituality: individual/society
  • Empirical research on spirituality
  • Tools for measuring spirituality

Topics raised in the second session:

  • Social imperatives of the concept of hope
  • A chance to hope and wishfulness
  • Trauma, emptiness and the issue of hope
  • Wandering consciousness and hope
  • The problem of hope
  • Elites, institutions and social hope
  • In search of the main supports of hope

About the Instructor

Maghsoud Farasatkhah has studied Philosophy, Theology and Higher Education Planning and he is currently a faculty member of Allameh Tabatabae’i, University of Tehran, Shahid Beheshti and Islamic Azad Universities

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