Keweenaw Philosophical Practice
Because the unexamined life is not worth living.

Philosophical Practice draws on thousands of years of philosophical reflection from both Eastern and Western traditions to guide us in confronting the problems of our daily lives.

Keweenaw Philosophical Practice maintains this blog (occassionally) and will respond to inquiries. If you would like to contribute an article to the blog, send your submission to the email address listed below.

Keweenaw Philosophical Practice uses the wisdom of the world’s philosophical and religious traditions to deepen our appreciation of life’s value and meaning. We seek:
To provide an affirming forum for philosophical investigations,
To promote philosophy and religion as means of living a life of intellectual and spiritual fulfillment,
To affirm the value of each individual’s search for meaning.

About Micah Cavaleri, Seminarian:

Micah Cavaleri has served in Iraq, jumped out of helicopters and flown Humvees off of dunes as well as earning a few degrees along the way. Micah studied for his BA in Theology and Philosophy at the University of Saint Thomas in Saint Paul, MN, and received his MA in Philosophy from the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, MN. After that, he trained in satellite communications and as a cavalry scout for the Army National Guard, and completed graduate studies in Advanced International Affairs at Texas A&M in College Station, TX. Micah now lives in Michigan’s UP working on his MDiv at Luther Seminary, serves as vicar for Grace Lutheran Church (ELCA) in South Range, MI and First Lutheran Church (ELCA) in Dollar Bay, MI, and he plays with his family. Follow him on Vero.


Contact us to learn more:

email keweenawphilosophicalpractice@gmail.com

web http://www.keweenawphilosophicalpractice.com


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