Poetics of Science: Through Itself
June 23 – 25, 2017
The third of three seminar weekends at the Chisholme Institute offering interactive presentations and workshops with speakers from diverse backgrounds, films and music nights.
The compelling idea that inspired The Poetics of Science seminar weekends is inspiration itself. Inspiration is the creative, inexhaustible source through which the human reality can be directly known, be it through the science of the physical universe explored as an object, or through the embodied discovery of the hidden, interior realm of the heart.
The Uses of Attention in the Lives and Works of the Death-Cell Philosophers ~ with Martha Cass
The Story of Trafika Europe ~ with Andrew Singer
What is Phenomenology? ~ with Huw Gault
The Implicate Order of Music ~ with James Wyness
Strangers Talk; Friends Listen ~ with Christina Mark
Sense, Vision, Insight, Form: a poetry workshop ~ with Andrew Singer
Along the Shores of Bewilderment ~ with Mark Boston
Friday Night Show ~ with Paul Finegan and Anthony Mulligan
Saturday Night Concert ~ with James Wyness and guest musicians
Booking & Fees
Early Bird Rate:
10% discount for bookings received and paid for by May 31st
– Whole weekend (incl. full board Friday to Sunday):
– Shared accommodation (double or triple bedroom): £135
– Single room accommodation (limited availability): £165
– Whole weekend, including all meals: £80
– Day attendance with lunch, excluding evening £35
– Saturday evening (incl. supper) £12
A number of FREE PLACES are available for volunteers wishing to help with some of the hospitality for the weekend.
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Course / Event location
Chisholme Institute, Chisholme House, Hawick TD9 7PH, UK
Woodland Yurt Retreat
August 26 – September 2, 2017
Chisholme Institute, Scottish Borders, UK
Discover what is essential – free from phones, internet and electricity – living in yurts on the edge of woodland and cooking over campfires in the company of fellow students and facilitators.
‘Seven Days of the Heart’ Study Retreat
September 30 – 7 October, 2017
Armagh, Melbourne, Australia
An intensive, non-residential study retreat, led by Stephen Hirtenstein.
Application deadline: June 30th, 2017
The Beshara Lecture 2017: Nothingness and Gratitude
July 22, 2017 (3pm)
St Ethelburga’s Centre for Reconciliation & Peace, London, UK
Speaker: George Pattison, 1640 Chair of Divinity, University of Glasgow.