El Anciano de los Días

Chicago Study Center

La Sociedad Filosófica Masónica ha ido creciendo en todo el mundo de manera constante. Si bien ofrecemos muchos recursos diferentes para que nuestros miembros crezcan y aprendan en línea, simplemente no hay sustituto para asistir al Centro de Estudios más cercano a usted. Cuando usted asiste a un Centro de Estudio de la Sociedad Filosófica Masónica tendrá la oportunidad, no sólo de escuchar a un orador, sino de participar en el diálogo.

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Are creation stories or identity attachments necessary today?
Date: 2/24/2018 1:00:00 PM
Topic of Study: Theology
Presenter: Sandy McKeown
Synopsis: Every one of us has a creation story or identity attachment that gives us a sense of belonging and/or security. We identify with our race, nation, religion, etc. that narrows our world view. Does asking "Where are you from?" hold validity, as it once did, in a world of monumental changes toward a global, perhaps universal view? There was a purpose for creation stories in the past. Do we continue to embrace these individual ideas or should the human race consider directing its course to an all embracing creation story? The Mason uses symbology to develop his own creation story, although he knows to perpetuate evolution, the working of the Fraternity together within the craft is of the essence.

Is Mathematics An Invention of the Human Mind, or Part of the Fabric of Reality?
Date: 3/24/2018 1:00:00 PM
Topic of Study: Formal Science
Presenter: Doyle Slack
Synopsis: 9th Century physicist James Jeans said “The Universe appears to have been designed by a pure mathematician.” As Mario Livio states in his book Is God a Mathematician?, “Mathematics appears to be almost too effective in describing and explaining not only the cosmos at large, but even some of the most chaotic of human enterprises.” We will discuss some of the major mathematical discoveries in history, and debate whether they are merely cleverly devised symbols or fundamental universal principles. We will also explore how Freemasonry views Mathematics in relation to our question.

"Un ser humano es parte de un todo, llamado por nosotros el universo, una parte limitada en el tiempo y el espacio.Sus pensamientos y sentimientos como algo separado del resto ... una especie de ilusión óptica de su conciencia. Esta ilusión es una Una especie de prisión para nosotros, que nos restringe a nuestros deseos personales y de afecto para unas pocas personas más cercanas a nosotros. Nuestra tarea debe ser Liberarnos de esta prisión ampliando nuestro círculo de compasión para abrazar a todas las criaturas vivas y toda la naturaleza en subelleza."
Albert Einstien
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