Care and Uncertainty Don’t Sit Terribly Happily Next to Truth and Certainty* Concerning our Lives and Worklives

“An Ethics of Care” by Stephen Batchelor – Talk 10 of 15

As a practice care is much about doing and knowing-how to do it. Whereas the concept of truth is often understood as a (priviledged) knowledge or a deep insight into the final answer of what reality and this world is about.

At heart this talk is about how we can understand, practice and embody a life which cares for … . Enjoy this insightful, heart and mind opening talk.

*In following Stephen Batchelor I changed his wording slightly in the title.

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Upaya Zen Center – talks about “An Ethics of Care”

Talk About the Basic Needs of Our Soul*

… and the immediacy of the need for security because of appearing dogs 😉 while meditating in nature at the Acropolis of Rhodes (Monte Smith).

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* The source models of the basic needs are taken from Johan Galtung and Klaus Eidenschink

“An Ethics of Care” – What are you caring for in your life?

Every moment can be a moment of care … care for yourself or other sentient beings and for the place you currently inhabit.

This is the 2nd out of 15 talks about “An Ethics of Care” given by Stephen Batchelor at the Upaya Zen Center in July 2017.

Enjoy this talk

Please go to the Upaya Website for listening to the other talks and making a donation if you loved what you listened to.

Upaya Zen Center – talks about “An Ethics of Care”