About the Sophia Centre Press
Established as a spinout company from the University of Wales, Trinity Saint David (UWTSD), the Sophia Centre Press publishes and promotes scholarly work, sponsors and organises conferences and courses related to the work of the Sophia Centre at UWTSD. All profit is dedicated to supporting scholarship in the history, philosophy and practices of astrology and cultural astronomy, and the relationship between cosmologies, both traditional and modern, and culture. Above all, our concern is how we live on our fragile planet.
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The Sophia Centre Press is dedicated to publishing the leading research in Cosmology and Culture
Our Newest Title
The Harmony Debates: Exploring a Practical Philosophy for a Sustainable Future
We all live on one planet. And we share its resources, its water, land and air. Currents in the oceans and atmosphere travel the Earth, sometimes in a matter of days. As we have found out to our cost, climate change, nuclear leaks and virus pandemics do not respect national boundaries, social class, or ethnic divisions. This book explores the concept of Harmony, the notion that all things are interconnected and ideally exist in a state of balance. Forty five contributions from forty-eight authors explore Harmony from a range of perspectives, historical and philosophical, academic and personal. Rather than suggesting fixed answers, the goal is to ask questions about how we relate to each other, engage with the wider environment, face the challenges of the modern world, and work towards holistic solutions for today’s problems.
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We regularly plan and host events that centre on our authors’ work. Browse through some of our most recent photos and enjoy the activity and liveliness that often accompany our book launches. We are proud to be active members in the Astrological community and look forward to many more events.