Louise Livingstone: Research Lecture - Reimagining the Heart

Louise Livingstone: Research Lecture - Reimagining the Heart


In this lecture, Louise introduces her PhD research that makes a case for heart knowing as a vitally important human capability which has, over the course of many hundreds of years, been divorced from, and rendered subservient to, knowledge about the world as generated through the brain (understood in modern times as the seat of knowledge and rational thinking). Louise argues that this view of the heart has affected our entire outlook on the world, leading to harmful ways of engaging with ourselves, each other and the wider planet.



* 65 minutes

* Voice over Powerpoint video with references

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