Stimulating discussions about important topics and challenging questions.
One of the purposes of the Claremont Process Nexus platform is to provide a space to learn from and interact with others who sure a common outlook on life. It is hoped that this will be a place where people influenced by process-relational ways of thinking and becoming can discuss what they consider important, challenging, and even controversial.
What is the process view of abortion? Is there a process legal theory? Can process thought help us make sense of war? What political views are most conducive to a process-relational perspective?
“Critical Conversations” was created to encourage reflection on these sorts of questions and foster dialogue about them. We hope that that this kind of interaction will enlarge our understanding about the issues and demonstrate the difference that seeing the world through a process lens can make.
“Psychedelics,” by John Buchanan (Dec 13)
“Can There Be a Civil Discussion about Vaccination?,” by Cliff Cobb (Dec 1)