Tradition in the 21st Century
This Young Scholars Day will explore the idea of tradition and its place in the contemporary world. Should we speak of a tradition, the tradition, traditions? In what ways can the philosophical, theological and literary canons of the past be read in the present, and what problems might arise? How can they help us find our places today? We look forward to another event full of inspiring conversation and inquiry.
Saturday 29 February
In the chair Adele Guyton and Aristel Skrbic
Venue Rudolf Steiner House (First Floor Conference Room), timing of the day below.
Temenos’s own Joseph Milne will give a talk titled Citizenship and the Cosmic Sense.
Our guest speaker will be Ed Barnett whose talk is titled Folk Memory as Tradition: The Diggers.
The day is open to anyone aged 18-35. Admission is free.
For more information, and to register, please contact Adele:
Timing of the day:
10.00 Keynote: Joseph Milne
11.15 Coffee Break
11.30 Young Scholars’ Presentations
13.00 Lunch Break
14.00 Keynote: Ed Barnett
15.15 Young Scholars’ Presentations
16.15 Closing and Tidying Up