Delivered by Prof. Karen Carr
This lecture on Chuang Tzu’s Basic Writings, delivered at Lawrence University on March 9, 2009, was designed for students and faculty in the college’s Freshman Studies program. Freshman Studies, a multidisciplinary introduction to the liberal arts, has been the cornerstone of the Lawrence curriculum for over fifty years. The lecturer, Karen Carr, is professor of Religious Studies at Lawrence. She holds the Ph.D. from Stanford University and has published widely in the fields of 19th- and 20th-century religious thought and the philosophy of religion.
Note: The 2008-2009 Lecture suffers from minor recording defects. Please try the 2007-2008 lecture (below) if this year’s recording problems are troublesome.
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