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Human Spirit in 3rd Millennium, Day V

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Through his landmark books and documentary films, Huston Smith has opened the eyes of the world to the "invisible geometry" that shapes human spirituality. Born in China over 80 years ago to missionary parents, Huston Smith served briefly as a pastor in the mid-west. Since the 1950s, he has held teaching positions on the faculties at MIT, Syracuse, and the University of California– Berkeley. Dr. Smith's books include the classic Religions of Man, Beyond the Post-modern Mind, and Forgotten Truth. He holds seven honorary degrees, in addition to the Ph.D. he earned from the University of Chicago.

The title of this lecture is, "Human Spirit in 3rd Millennium, Day V."


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Publisher: Chautauqua Institution Edition: Abridged

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  • File size: 19172 KB
  • Release date: September 1, 1997
  • Duration: 00:39:56

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  • File size: 19176 KB
  • Release date: September 1, 1997
  • Duration: 00:39:56
  • Number of parts: 1

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Through his landmark books and documentary films, Huston Smith has opened the eyes of the world to the "invisible geometry" that shapes human spirituality. Born in China over 80 years ago to missionary parents, Huston Smith served briefly as a pastor in the mid-west. Since the 1950s, he has held teaching positions on the faculties at MIT, Syracuse, and the University of California– Berkeley. Dr. Smith's books include the classic Religions of Man, Beyond the Post-modern Mind, and Forgotten Truth. He holds seven honorary degrees, in addition to the Ph.D. he earned from the University of Chicago.

The title of this lecture is, "Human Spirit in 3rd Millennium, Day V."


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