The BuxMont Quest for Meaning Discussion Group considers ethics, morality, consciousness, human nature, science, religion and more with the intention of pooling knowledge, finding inspiration, and deepening understanding of our part in the developing cultural memes of these times.
The next discussion will be held on Sunday, January 15, 2017 at 12:30 p.m. in Room 106.
Every World View Tells a Story – If they asked us humans who we were and what we were doing; if they asked us what happened… what would we say? What are some of the important pieces that have gone into the building of our individual and collective understandings of reality?
- What do we believe about human consciousness? About life and death?
- What do we still expect of ourselves, of people we know, of people we don’t know?
- What meaning, if any, have we found so far?
New visitors are always welcome.
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November 2014: Man’s Search for Meaning presented by Deborah
October 2014: Nine personality types and their inter-relationship presented by Deborah
March 2014: Eaarth: Making a Living on a Tough New Planet presented by Deborah
February 2014: Gossip presented by Deborah
December 2013: Beethoven’s Birthday presented by Barbara
November 2013: Moral Minority: Our Skeptical Founding Fathers presented by Deborah
October 2013: End of Life Issues presented by Celia
September 2013: A Course in Miracles: Foundation for Inner Peace presented by Chris
June 2013: “Reproductive Justice” led by Cynthia
May 2013: Darwin: portrait of a genius by Paul
April 2013: Going Home: Jesus and Buddha as Brothers by Thich Nhat Hanh
March 2013: “The ethics of providing good health care in a world of increasingly limited dollars for healthcare” presented by Michael
January 2013: “What is Happiness?” led by Deborah with a focus on research done by Ed Diener and his son Robert Biswas-Diener and reported on in their book Happiness: Unlocking the Mysteries of Psychological Wealth
November 2012: “The Conservative Mind” led by Kathy
September 2012: “The Psychology of Evil” led by Deborah with a focus on work done by M. Scott Peck (People of the Lie: The Hope for Healing Human Evil)