West Coast Soul, or How to Get on TV

If you live in the Bay Area, please join me noon on Monday, February 23, at Stanford University for a talk about Soul Made Flesh. (Here are all the details.)

The talk is sponsored by the Stanford University Center for Biomedical Ethics and the Stanford Brain Research Institute. It’s gratifying that such great organizations that are dedicated to twenty-first century neuroscience are interested in the adventures of a motley crew of seventeenth century alchemists and natural philosophers.

The talk is free and open to the public. And if that’s not incentive enough, CSPAN will be there to film the talk for BookTV. If you ever wanted to be on television asking a question about the soul with a boom mike dangling over your head, now’s your chance. (When BookTV decides on the broadcast date, I’ll post it here and on my events page.)

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