On the More-Than-Human World | May 19, 2022

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An Evening with David Abram presented by California Institute of Integral Studies Public Programs In person and streaming live. Join CIIS philosophy faculty Matt Segall for an inspiring conversation with David on the wild intelligence of our bodies, the ecological depths of our imagination, and the ways in which sensory perception and wonder inform the ...

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Exploring Wonder and Urban Wildness | May 21 or May 22, 2022

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An In-Person Walking Workshop in San Francisco’s Presidio How can we open a fresh and unshakeable solidarity between humankind and the other animals, plants, and elemental forces that compose this breathing planet? At this liminal moment, when so many ecological boundaries are being breached by a civilization largely oblivious to its embedment within the biosphere, ...

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Becoming Animal: The FIlm

Posted by on Jul 11, 2019 in Events | No Comments

The new film Becoming Animal — a cinematic tone poem based on the work of David Abram — has only now been made available for screenings at your local cinema!   To arrange a screening, please go to this link: Until now the film, by award-winning directors Peter Mettler and Emma Davie, has been shown only at film festivals in ...

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Wildness and Shadowed Wonder – Aug. 1-3, 2019

Posted by on Jul 10, 2019 in Events, New | No Comments

    Wildness and Shadowed Wonder — a rare workshop in Norway with cultural ecologist, geo-philosopher, and storyteller David Abram. This will be a small and intimate gathering, a chance to interact closely with the renowned author of The Spell of the Sensuous, and Becoming Animal: An Earthly Cosmology.  August 1-3, 2019, at the Small Earth Institute.  Spaces are very limited: To reserve a place in ...

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Falling Awake: July 30 – August 4, 2021

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A six-day workshop with David Abram at the outrageously beautiful Hollyhock, on Cortes Island, British Columbia July 30 – August 4, 2021. At a moment when so many ecological limits are being breached by a civilization largely oblivious to its own embedment within the biosphere, how can we swiftly catalyze a collective recognition of our ...

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