The DIY Monastery: Kinäs Kloster

Since I started this blog I have been arguing against the concept ‘the postsecular’, an academic buzzword for almost twenty years. The idea behind that concept is the ‘new visibility of religion’. This idea means a changed relationship between religion and surrounding society in general, and between religion and politics in particular. But the problem is that very little (if any) empirical data seems to … Continue reading The DIY Monastery: Kinäs Kloster

Subsecular Arts: The Forest Interface

Are you a philosopher dreaming of genuine dialogue with others about existential questions? Are you a musician who would like to perform your most personal live set or DJ-set ever? Are you an sculptor, painter, or digital visual arts who is just longing to express your creative craft for others to see? Have you dreamt of engaging others in a workshop which would be transformative for people? Are you aching … Continue reading Subsecular Arts: The Forest Interface