Many of us struggle with the anxiety and stress that accompany the uncertainties and discord of our current age in addition to our day-to-day challenges related to work, family and illness. While the particular problems of the 21st century are different from the ones faced by our ancestors, ancient people learned hard-earned wisdom that is fully applicable to our modern lives. Come learn about some of the philosophies of life developed by the peoples of Ancient India, China and Greece that were designed to be put to work in our daily lives and can help us achieve greater clarity of mind and peace of heart in the most trying times.
Terrance MacMullan is an award winning educator and author who has loved teaching Philosophy and Honors classes at Eastern since 2002. He is the author of Habits of Whiteness: A Pragmatist Reconstruction as well as numerous publications on the history of philosophy, American Philosophy and Pop Culture and Philosophy. He has served as the EWU Faculty President, earned the President’s Award for Academic Excellence and was voted the Faculty of the Year by the ASEWU. He is committed to expanding EWU’s public philosophy outreach through Inland Northwest Public Philosophy, as well as Pk12, our Philosophy for Children program.
Presented By: Terrance McMullan, PhD
Date/Time: Dec. 12, 2019 | 9 a.m to 4 p.m
Location: EWU Campus, Monroe 205
Registration Fee: $199 (EWU employees: $179)
Additional Information: Free parking and lunch will be provided. Clock hours available.