NA International >> New Acropolis Toronto

NA Toronto

How to Navigate in an Uncertain World

Time: 07:30pm  to 09:00pm
Date: Friday 04 December 2020

Location: Online Event, ,  - 
Questions? Call us at 647-317-1416 or email us: toronto@newacropolis.ca

Navigate_in_an_Uncertain_World

Free Online Presentation! (Registration required - link is at the bottom of this page)

We have entered into a “VUCA” world, a time characterized by Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity. Uncertainty is the prevailing state across world today. It’s our new normal.

How are we to live in a reality characterized by uncertainty and rapid change?

Throughout history, humanity has faced many such periods of crisis. And during such times, Philosophy has always been an indispensable tool to not only help overcome fears and challenges but to also show us that change is perhaps our best opportunity to grow.

In commemoration of World Philosophy Day, join us and discover how Philosophy can help us navigate in an uncertain world.

---------------------

To register for the Free Online Presentation:
https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/how-to-navigate-in-an-uncertain-world-registration-130791489867

You can also contact us by phone if you have any difficulties registering: (647) 317-1416.

Free Introductory Workshop to our Applied Philosophy Course!

(Registration required - see link below)

It is natural to question oneself about the future of the human being and society. To help you reflect, we are offering a free introductory workshop to our Applied Philosophy Course. 

Our course is a journey of discovery into the wisdom traditions of humanity from the East and West. Join us to learn not only how to think more deeply about some of the most fundamental questions of life, but also how to acquire practical tools that impact and enrich our everyday life, in all its aspects.

 

These ancient philosophies are a source of inspiration to deal with the great issues of the human being, as well as with today's personal and collective challenges.

The workshops are organized according to three fundamental themes to help us navigate through life.

The first theme is concerned with the human being: Who am I? How can I develop myself despite my inner obstacles?

The second theme is concerned with the relationship between human beings and society: How can we live together in harmony?

The third theme focuses on the path of the individual and humanity across history: Where do we come from and where are we going? What future do we want to build together?

Topics Include:

 

Back