Lawrence Lecture, Unitarian Church, Berkeley, California
Oct. 13, 1978
Oct. 13, 1978. Running time: 1:04:39. Thurman introduces the topic of mysticism and social action. He faults modern society for the broad disintegration of tenderness. Mysticism as Thurman defines it defends every man from this callousness and enables him to search the inner reaches of his own life. He defines it as an intensely personal response to God.
Associated Personal Entities:
Eckhart, Meister, d. 1327
Associated Subjects:
Social change