Philosophy and the Bahá'í Faith

Religion, Theology & Philosophy
Duration
7 weeks
Weekly Study
4-6 HOURS
Dates
Dec 10-Jan 27
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December 10, 2020

In Philosophy and the Bahá'í Faith, we will explore the relationship between the Bahá'í teachings and many eternal human questions, such as metaphysics (the system of principles underlying a particular study or subject), religion and spirituality, epistemology (how we know something), ethics, social philosophy, aesthetics and self-expression, and the philosophy of law, education, politics, love, and humanity.

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teacher
Mikhail Yu. Sergeev, PhD
WI Department Co-Chair (Religion, Theology, and Philosophy)

Mikhail Sergeev was born and raised in Moscow, Russia, where he received his bachelor’s degree in international journalism from Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University) in 1982. In 1990 he moved to the United States to pursue his doctoral studies. In 1993 he received his master’s degree in religious... See Faculty Bio

teacher
Ian Kluge, MA, ABD
Independent Scholar

I am an independent philosophy scholar dedicated to studying the philosophical aspects of the Bahá’í Writings as well as correlating the Writings with major contemporary and past thinkers as recommended by Shoghi Effendi (“Scholarship,” p. 4; p. 17). I am committed to  Mortimer Adler’s assertion that “Philosophy is everybody’s business”... See Faculty Bio

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