Description

Join Haoyu Yang 楊昊宇 (Dr. Anthony Haynes) for an online version of his popular introduction to the wisdom of Lao-tzu (老子), traditionally held to be the founder of Chinese Taoism. Participants will learn how to apply key passages in Lao-Tzu's Tao Te Ching as well as later Taoist texts in order to become centred on what really matters - and will even learn a little bit of Chinese along the way! For details about Haoyu, see below.


Platform and Booking

The class will be conducted via Google Meet. A link inviting you to the session will be sent to the email address you use for the booking.

Ticket price: £5

Lecturer

Haoyu Yang 楊昊宇 (Dr. Anthony Haynes) is a lecturer in philosophy and comparative religion, originally from South Yorkshire. He received a Ph.D. in ethics and theology from the University of Edinburgh in 2018, after which he lived in Japan for 2 years, teaching and conducting research. He has extensive teaching experience, which includes teaching professionals and retirees in small private classes, as well as large classes of university and secondary school students. Most recently, he has been Adjunct Professor of Western Religion at Lakeland University. His academic publications focus on the relationship between art, ethics, and mysticism, as well as spiritual responses to suffering in world religions.