Circular Theory of Time
How does our perception of time influence how we view life and death? How can viewing time as circular rather than linear shift perspectives?
Time & Location
Dec 22, 2021, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Online Zoom Gathering
About the Event
How we view time is connected to how we view life and death. Linear time suggests we have a beginning- birth, and an end- death. Circular time turns this understanding of life and death on its head. Various indigenous cultures approach time from a circular and cyclical standpoint: from the linear perspective, Grandfather died 30 years ago. From the circular perspective, it might be said that Grandfather died yesterday, and is here with us today, and died a lifetime ago. How does this influence how we approach time- and life- on a daily, annual, and lifetime scale?
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