Phoebe Tickell visits The Stoa to discuss moral imaginations.
"We have intractable problems and as a species we have driven ourselves and the majority of the other species on this planet into dead ends. What if the new way of making sense of our world and deciding what is right requires more than rational reasoning and thought, but imagination?
The moral imagination as a concept has been alive since the time of Plato, Vergil and Dante. Over the centuries it has been periodically re-expressed, for example by Edmund Burke in 1790, and then others in more recent years. We became interested in how to develop a practice and community to bring it alive in a way that is relevant for this current moment and generation."
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