Jacob Needleman

Time and the Soul: A Spiritual Biography

~Co-presented with Pt Reyes Books~

Join TNS Host Michael Lerner for the next in his series of spiritual biographies—this one with author, professor, and philosopher Jacob Needleman.

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Friday, June 26
2:00 pm PDT - 4:00 pm PDT


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Jacob Needleman

Jacob Needleman is a professor of philosophy at San Francisco State University. He is the author of many books on soul, philosophy, the world’s religions, and the meaning of life. He was featured on Bill Moyers’s acclaimed PBS series A World of Ideas.

In addition to his teaching and writing, Needleman serves as a consultant in the fields of psychology, education, medical ethics, philanthropy, and business.

Jacob Needleman

The Poetics of Fragility

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Tuesday, October 25
2:00 pm PDT - 4:00 pm PDT


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Free; held in Bolinas
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Lata Mani

Lata is a feminist historian, cultural critic, contemplative writer, and filmmaker. She has published on a broad range of issues, from feminism and colonialism, to illness, spiritual philosophy, and contemporary politics.  She is the author of The Integral Nature of Things: Critical Reflections on the Present (Routledge 2013), Interleaves: Ruminations on Illness and Spiritual Life (Yoda 2011), Sacred Secular: Contemplative Cultural Critique, (Routledge 2009) and Contentious Traditions: The Debate on Sati in Colonial India (University of California Press 1989).