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Lexington Community Education presents: The Return of Philosophy: An Evening with Jacob Needleman
Lexington Commuity Education is pleased to welcome Jacob Needleman, acclaimed philosopher and author of The American Soul, The Essential Marcus Aurelius, Lost Christianity, and Money and the Meaning of Life. In addition to his teaching and writing, Mr. Needleman serves as a consultant in the fields of business, psychology, education, medical ethics and philanthropy, and is increasingly well known as an organizer and moderator of conferences in these fields. He has also been featured on Bill Moyers’ acclaimed PBS series, “A World of Ideas.” His most recent books include What Is God?, and the recently published, An Unknown World: Notes on the Meaning of the Earth.
Mr. Needleman will speak on Thursday, October 25th from 7:00-8:30pm at the Follen Church, 755 Mass. Ave, Lexington. Cost: $10.
Pre-registration, using a MasterCard or VISA is strongly recommended by contacting LCE at 781 862 8043.
More About Follen Community Church
Follen Community Church is the oldest standing religious structure in Lexington and was dedicated on January 15, 1840. The Follen Church Society is an inclusive Unitarian-Universalist congregation.The congregation has held the annual East Village Fair for more than 170 years.