The 23rd Ecumenical Theological and Interdisciplinary Symposium to be Held at General Seminary

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The 23rd Ecumenical Theological and Interdisciplinary Symposium Theme: Cultural Transparency and the Loss of Privacy in the Era of Digital Technology: How Is This Shaping Our Becoming and the Ethical Dilemmas Related to It

Saturday, December 5, 2015 10:00 am-6:00 pm

The General Theological Seminary Seabury Auditorium

440 West 21st Street New York, NY 10011

 

Theodor Damian, PhD Professor of Philosophy and Ethics, Metropolitan College of New York; President of the Romanian Institute of Orthodox Theology and Spirituality Being Constantly Watched: Transparency and Perichoresis

Clair McPherson, PhD Professor of Ascetical Theology, General Theological Seminary; Priest Associate, Church of the Transfiguration, Manhattan (Episcopal) Transparency, Accountability, and Honesty in Twenty-first Century Theological Education: A Theory and a Test Case 

Richard Grallo, PhD

Professor of Applied Psychology, Metropolitan College of New York Social Trust and Problem Solving in an Age of Chaos

Louis Tietje, PhD

Professor of Ethics, Metropolitan College of New York Should Mr. Green Pen Be Fired or Are the Prescriptivists Right?

Doru Tsaganea, PhD

Professor of Mathematics, Metropolitan College of New York Contradictory Political Results of Internet Utilization 

Alina Feld, PhD

Affiliate Faculty at the General Theological Seminary, New York The Digital Age and the Transparency of Evil: Jean Baudrillard’s “Perfect Crime”

Elvin T. Ramos, PhD Founder and President, Global Tassels, Inc. Adjunct Assistant Professor, St. John’s University Global Transparency and Harmony: Protecting the New Culture, the Modern Identity, and the World of Ideas of the Millennial Generation Living in the Slums of Poverty

Nancy Perez Master’s Program Candidate, Metropolitan College of New York Cyberdentity

Elithia Pennington, MPA/PP Metropolitan College of New York Should People Fear Technology?

 

Moderator: Humphrey Crookendale, JD Dean, School for Public Affairs and Administration, Metropolitan College of New York

 

Guests  of Honor:

His Eminence Nicolae Condrea, PhD Archbishop, The Romanian Orthodox Archdiocese in the Americas

Adele Weiner, PhD Dean of Audrey Cohen School for Human Services and Education, Metropolitan College of New York

 

Hosts:

The Very Rev. Kurt Dunkle Dean and President, The General Theological Seminary

Clair McPherson, PhD Professor of Ascetical Theology, The General Theological Seminary

 

Discussants:

Bert Breiner, PhD Associate Professor of Religion, Hunter College, City University of New York

David Rosner, PhD Associate Professor of Values and Ethics, Metropolitan College of New York