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New Course: Philosophy - The good Society or How to Live Together

How do we best live together: Do societies work best if individuals are left free to pursue their self-interest or are co-operation and solidarity better? Philosophers have always thought about questions like these. 88 more words

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Joseph and the Shady Ladies: The Revealing Story of Emmanuel - Advent 3A

A sermon for the Third Sunday of Advent: all around us the world is hustling and bustling toward Christmas. With less and less time devoted to the telling of the Christmas story, perhaps we in the Church might consider changing the lectionary so as to provide more opportunities to engage the birth narrative in Matthew. 2,732 more words
Progressive Theology

Tai Chi and Health Qigong for health and relaxation – Spring 2017

This beneficial way to exercise, combines body movements and mental stimulation. It also helps posture and co-ordination. The gentle slow movements energise the body without undue strain on joints and muscles. 63 more words

Workers' Educational Association

Tai Chi and Health Qigong for health and relaxation – Summer 2017

This beneficial way to exercise, combines body movement and mental stimulation. It also helps posture and co-ordination. The gentle slow movements energise the body without undue strain on joints and muscles. 64 more words

Workers' Educational Association

Autonomy, Motivation and Choice: Part 2

The wait is over! If you have been waiting for this Part 2 with bated breath, you can now relax. In this post I will answer the questions I posed in… 844 more words

Reflections Of A Teacher

Autonomy, Motivation and Choice: Part 1

So learner-centredness has been a bit of a buzzword for a while. But what does it actually mean? How is it realised in the classroom? In this post I will tell you about something that I tried with two of my groups this autumn. 801 more words

Reflections Of A Teacher