Philosophy in Nature – course

PHILOSOPHY IN NATURE

Re-evaluation of all values
7 day course in Bulgaria

Dates: 27 September – 4 October 2021

In 2010 Peter Raine and Miriam Lancewood left modern civilization to live in the wilderness of New Zealand – with not much more than a pack, a tent and a bow and arrow.
One year became seven, and eventually they hiked 5000 km through New Zealand and Europe.
Presently the couple reside in an off-grid shepherd’s cottage in the Rodopi mountains in Bulgaria.

After a decade of leading a rigorous life in the wild, Peter and Miriam would like to share their stories and insights in Gudevitsa (S.E. Bulgaria).
This course will involve seven days of practical philosophy lectures, intensive dialogue and nature based exercises.
The aim is to achieve practical steps to move beyond the limitations of every day life. This requires a re-evaluation of all values.

Inspired by philosophers like F. Nietzsche, J. Krishnamurti and Raimon Panikkar, Miriam and Peter will take the participants onto a radical journey into the unknown.

The fee includes the course, food and accommodation, but excludes travel and Covid testing.
Course costs: 500 Euro per person.

Note:
Due to limited places, the selection process is based on a good working knowledge of English.
A background in philosophy is useful but not required.

FOR MORE QUESTIONS PLEASE SEND AN EMAIL TO THE FOLLOWING ADDRESS:

PhilosophyInNature@gmail.com

(Please note! We experienced difficulties with the contact form from 1-15 June 2021. If you have sent an inquiry during that time, please send it again using the above email address. Thank you.)

Facilitators:

Peter Raine, PhD in environmental studies Author of “Who guards the guardians?” Intercultural dialogue and environmental guardianship.
“Le chaman et l’ecologiste”

Look for more info on: https://peterraine.wordpress.com/

Recommended reading ‘The Sheepfarmers Son’

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Miriam Lancewood
Physical & Outdoor Education teacher.
Author of international Bestseller “Woman in the Wilderness”, and “Wild at heart”.

Face-to-face communication is infinitely more powerful than any digital media.” Peter Raine