13 Sep 2016
Tippett explores the enduring question of what it is to be human, and how we can learn to live with greater, joy, compassion and wisdom, both individually and collectively.
16 Aug 2016
Harvard’s most popular philosopher Michael Puett draws from ancient Chinese teachings to help us re-examine and challenge deeply-held assumptions about how to live our lives.
22 Dec 2015
In his final blog, Jonathan Rowson looks back on his time at the RSA and our behaviour change work.
17 Dec 2015
If you’ve ever had experience of psychotherapy you’ll be used to being asked how you feel about something. You typically start by explaining your emotions, but soon you realise you’re not feeling anything at all. You’re just talking.
31 Oct 2015
Nick Jankel FRSA
An increasing number of people in worldwide describe themselves as spiritual but not
religious. Nick Jankel FRSA asks why, with so many striving to deliver greater social justice, is being actively and purposefully spiritual still such a heresy?
29 Sep 2015
Fresh from an early morning supermoon experience, Nathalie Spencer reflects on the meaning of awe and new research on its impact on our behaviour towards others.
25 Aug 2015
Cardinal Vincent Nichols and Richard Sennett discuss where we might find sources of the kinds of hope that could generate positive action and progress for humanity.
30 Jun 2015
Buddhist monk and influential public thinker Matthieu Ricard joins Madeleine Bunting to discuss how compassion can benefit us, society, and the planet.
22 Jun 2015
It's a much (over)used word, but what do people actually mean by it?
17 Jun 2015
A massively popular religious leader is intervening in what is the most complex and momentous political and ethical challenge of the age. Ian Christie discusses the likely impact.
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