How has Paganism changed over recent years?

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In this short video, Dr David Webster asks David and Geoff, the interviewees, about how Paganism has changed during the time they’ve been involved with it.

See the Religion, Philosophy & Ethics course blog at http://r-p-e.blogspot.co.uk/

Paganism as a way of Life? A question about its impact..

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In this short video, Dr David Webster asks “How does being a Pagan effect your life?” David and Geoff, the interviewees then discuss how it has had impacts on them, and how they live:

See the Religion, Philosophy & Ethics course blog at http://r-p-e.blogspot.co.uk/

“What drew you to Paganism?”

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In some new videos practising Pagans, David and Geoff, answer my questions – and I began by asking them what originally drew them towards Paganism:

See the Religion, Philosophy & Ethics course blog at http://r-p-e.blogspot.co.uk/

 

How do different academic disciplines use the term ‘Spirituality’?

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In this video, Dr David Webster talks to Knut Melvær about the different ways a variety of academic areas use the term ‘Spirituality':

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See the Religion, Philosophy & Ethics course blog at http://r-p-e.blogspot.co.uk/

Asking Knut Melvær about his Study of Spirituality in 20th Century Norway

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In this video, Dr David Webster asks Knut Melvær about his Study of Spirituality in 20th Century Norway – and this raises some general issues about the nature and study of Spirituality more widely:

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See the Religion, Philosophy & Ethics course blog at http://r-p-e.blogspot.co.uk/

Talking to Knut Melvær about the term ‘Spirituality’

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In this video, Dr David Webster asks Knut Melvær about the notion of Spirituality – and Knut gives us some of the historical context:

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See the Religion, Philosophy & Ethics course blog at http://r-p-e.blogspot.co.uk/

What is meant by the phrase ‘Otherkin’?

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In this video, Dr David Webster asks Venetia Robertson (Sydney) what is meant by the term ‘Otherkin’.

At http://sydney.academia.edu/VenetiaRobertson you can see some of Venetia’s published work on Therianthropy, mermaids, Brony fandom and more..

[the sound is a bit blowy at the start - due to the wind, but improves for most of the video!]