What is Transhumanism? with Phil Clayton (Part 2)

In this episode, hosts Ilia Delio and Gabi Sloan interview author, teacher, and activist, Phil Clayton:

About Phil Clayton

What actions can we take across the sectors of society in order to turn the structures of human life on this planet toward a genuinely ecological civilization? How can we all―scholars and activists, secular and religious leaders, the private sector as well as the public―begin to live and think the way our grandchildren will have to live and think?

Phil Clayton, Ingraham Professor at Claremont School of Theology, writes and speaks widely on the evolution of human consciousness and spirituality. Co-Director of the Center for Process Studies and author or editor of two dozen books and some 300 articles, he advocates for an evolutionary metaphysics and ethics beyond the old “warfare” of science and theology. Increasingly, he is being drawn to the intersection of climate science, ethics, religion―ecotheology.

Visit Phil Clayton’s website for more information online at Phil Clayton.

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