Seeing the Animal Whole And Why it Matters
An interactive online talk with Craig Holdrege, co-founder and director of The Nature Institute, on an integrative view of animals and nature, and why it matters.
Every animal on earth has its own unique character. In his new book, Seeing the Animal Whole And Why It Matters, Craig Holdrege shows how all of an animal’s features are interconnected and a revelation of the animal as a whole. At the same time, every animal intersects with and influences in dynamic ways the larger environment. The collection of essays in this book provides a nuanced sense for what it means to be a living being.
JOIN US on Thursday, April 29th at 7:00 PM for a talk with Craig Holdrege on his new book, Seeing the Animal Whole And Why It Matters.
This event is free, registration required.
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CRAIG HOLDREGE, PH.D., is co-founder and director of The Nature Institute in Ghent, NY, an organization dedicated to research and educational activities applying phenomenological, contextual methods. He is the author of many articles, monographs, and books, including Thinking Like a Plant: A Living Science for Life, and gives talks, workshops, and courses nationally and internationally.