Hike & Think

  • Ambiguity tolerance: enduring ambiguity
  • Hike with lecture elements & conversation
  • In dialogue, Social Activity

The Philosophy Walks of the DAI Library combine significant philosophical topics with an extended walk in nature. In doing so, the embedding of the topic in our natural environment as well as our living world is always addressed.

Tolerance of ambiguity is the ability of people to endure ambiguity: It is useful not only for understanding an increasingly complex world, but also for mutual understanding among people interacting from myriad different perspectives.

Dr. Max von Sponeck is a lecturer at the Philosophy Seminar as well as the PH and a lecturer in ethics at the SRH. His scientific specialty is the contemporary philosophy of mind.

Carsten Dolbert is a geoscientist by training. He works as a project coordinator, trained as a systemic consultant and therapist, and has been active for many years as a volunteer in international disaster relief.

Duration: approx. 3 hours
Fee: 12 Euro (to be paid in advance)
Registration: Ingrid Stolz, ies@dai-heidelberg.de
After your registration you will receive a confirmation of participation with all details (meeting point, payment information etc.)
Language: German