Tag: Stanley Krippner

Election 2016: Politics in the age of polarization


Saybrook University’s own Dr. Stanley Krippner engages in a round table discussion with long-time faculty member, author, and existential psychologist Dr. Kirk Schneider about the fractured condition of our society in the days leading up to the 2016 presidential election.

Moving From Cultural Relativism to Cross-Cultural Values


William Ellis’ 1825 sketch of missionaries preaching. Where does identity come from? Are you a product of your culture, or are you an independent moral agent? There is a constant tension in the world between the concept of “culture” and the concept of “universal human rights.” How can both be respected when they conflict? The… Read more »