Podcasts and Videos
The Spiritual and the Material
UK Society Symposium, Worcester College, Oxford, May 2010
“He Governs the World through Itself” – Ibn Arabi on Spiritual Causation
Jane Clark is a Senior Research Fellow of the Muhyiddin Ibn Arabi Society and has worked particularly on the Society’s Archiving Project as well as looking after the library.
She has been studying Ibn Arabi for more than forty years, and is engaged in teaching courses and lecturing on his thought both in the UK (including Oxford University and Temenos Academy) and abroad (including Egypt, Australia and the USA), and in research and translation of the Akbarian heritage. She has a particular interest in the correlation of Ibn Arabi’s thought with contemporary issues. She organises the MIAS Young Writers Award.
Jane Clark was a co-founder of The Journal of Consciousness Studies and is currently editor of the Beshara Magazine [/]. She has presented many courses as part of the program of the University of Oxford Department for Continuing Education. A list of the freely available resources created or selected by her as a tutor can be found here:
Articles by Jane Clark
Podcasts and Videos by Jane Clark
Spiritual and Material: Appearance is the Unsurpassed Protection
Ringu Tulku Rinpoche
Venerable Ringu Tulku Rinpoche is a Tibetan Buddhist Master of the Kagyu Order. He was born in 1952 in Kham, East Tibet. From 1957 to 1959 he fled from Tibet with his family before the Chinese Communist occupation. Since then he has lived in Sikkim, India. Ringu Tulku Rinpoche has served as Professor of Tibetology in Sikkim for 17 years. He is deeply involved with the exchange of knowledge between religious scholars and scientists, and has a particular concern to participate in dialogues that contribute to mutual understanding, tolerance and peace in the world.
Podcasts by Ringu Tulku Rinpoche
Kierkegaard’s Teaching on Absolute Dependence
George Pattison is Professor of Theology & Modern European Thought at the University of Glasgow, and was previously Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity at the University of Oxford. His most recent publications are The Mystical Sources of Existentialist Thought: Being, Nothingness, Love. (2019, with K. Kirkpatrick), and A Phenomenology of the Devout Life: a Philosophy of Christian Life, Part I.(2018).