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    'What a Piece of Work is Man':

    A View from the Outside

     

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    Friday, October 30th at 7:30pm GMT (3:30pm EDT)

     

    Part 3 of 8 in our 'Humanity Matters: Re-enchanting Homo Sapiens' series of webinars.

     

    The sheer range of human capacities is astonishing, even awe-inspiring. How do we account for them all? Today, we are used to explaining human talents reductively, boiling them down quickly to something more basic. This session will beat a path towards an understanding of our humanity which elevates us, even as it grounds us in created reality.

     

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