March 27, 2018 | 12:00 p.m. | University of Oregon Baker Downtown Center
975 High St., Eugene OR 97401
The question of what makes life meaningful has occupied human thinking for thousands of years. Religious leaders, philosophers, and scientists have pondered and offered an array of answers that are as profound, enigmatic, and rich as the question itself. Are we sparks of divine creation, or simply meaning-making creatures, or genes replicating themselves for no other purpose than adapting to our natural environment? This conversation with philosophy professor Prakash Chenjeri and chaplain Fred Grewe aims to engage participants in a thoughtful and meaningful discussion about this very human question. Read more.
This event will take place in the Alaska-Mexico Room at the University of Oregon Baker Downtown Center.
Todd Gauthier at (541) 346-0697 or firstname.lastname@example.org