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Isis Brook

Isis Brook undertook a training in Goethean science, with Margaret Colquhoun, during the time that she was studying for a PhD.  Her doctoral work was on Goethe’s methodology, as currently practiced, and a comparison with Husserlian phenomenology.  Isis lectured in philosophy at Lancaster University and for the Open University then University of Central Lancashire and is now Research Fellow at Crossfields Institute International.  Isis’ research centres on questions to do with the human being’s relationship to nature and to the world. She has published in journals such as: The Journal of the British Society for PhenomenologyEthics and the EnvironmentLandscape Research, and Ethics, Place, and Environment and has a joint book: Between Culture and Nature: the aesthetics of modified environments.  She served for ten years as editor of the international journal Environmental Values. Her current research is on the human/plant relationship.

Past events with Isis Brook (1)

Science, Art and the Sacred: The Quest for Wholeness

August 29, 2019