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Huston Smith, Ph.D.

The World's Philosophies (#H120)

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60 minutes
The late philosopher Huston Smith points out that we confront three essential relationships with nature, with other people, and with ourselves, and that these relationships correspond to the enduring philosophical traditions of the West, of China and of India. He also argues that human history may be divided into four philosophical epochs archaic, traditional, modern and post-modern.

Huston Smith is emeritus professor of philosophy at Syracuse University. He has also taught at M.I.T. and at U.C. Berkeley. He is author of The World's Religions, The Primordial Tradition and Beyond the Post-Modern Mind.

Beyond the Post Modern Mind (#S113)

$29.95 $18.95
30 minutes
The modern western worldview is dominated by the materialist values of science. According to Huston Smith, Ph.D., this withdrawal of emphasis from human values--and from essential elements such as meaning, quality and purpose--has lead to widespread alienation and social discontent.
This program is also available in the VideoQuartet:
Science and the Spirit (#Q114)

Psychology of Religious Experience (#S030)

$29.95 $18.95
30 minutes
One of the most widely read writers in the field of philosophy and religion, Huston Smith's classic book The Religions of Man has sold over two million copies. In this stimulating program Dr. Smith discusses the relation between psychedelic experience and religious practice, the god within and the cultivation of psychic experiences within religious and shamanic traditions.
This program is also available in the VideoQuartet:
Roots of Consciousness (#Q154)

The Primordial Tradition (#S048)

$29.95 $18.95
30 minutes
Huston Smith, Ph.D., author of Forgotten Truth, delineates the common threads that run through spiritual traditions of all cultures. Because the science of acoustics has nothing to say about beauty, he says, does not mean that Brahms isn't beautiful. Similarly, the notions of the soul and spirit persist regardless of their lack of relevance to a modern, materialist world view.
This program is also available in the VideoQuartet:
Living Philosophically (#Q374)
EXCERPT: The World's Philosophies

"With the advent of modern science, I think we've discovered a near-perfect method for learning about the physical reaches of reality. The danger is that our excitement at what we're discovering and what we can do there will divert our attention from other regions of reality which continue to exist whether we attend to them or not."
--Huston Smith 
EXCERPT: Beyond the Post-Modern Mind

EXCERPT: Psychology of Religious Experience

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