Saturday 4th December, 2010
4:30pm to 5:00pm
As a skeptic and a secularist, I have always been bothered by the fact that those who believe in a supernatural seem to have a monopoly on the so-called "spiritual" experience. While the word "spiritual" does typically infer other-worldliness, spiritual experience - when stripped of woo and ideology - falls directly in the realm of the natural (what, after-all, does not?). I have often had the feeling that there is an entire ocean of experience from which skeptics are precluded based on arbitrary definition and our own fear of fuzzy-thinking. This presentation will attempt to dive into those subjective spiritual waters through, what I hope will be, rational, unambiguous discourse.
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