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Integral Polity

Author : Ronnie Lessem
ISBN : 9781317115441
Genre : Business & Economics
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Releasing the genius of an individual, an enterprise and a society is a central pre-occupation of the contemporary business environment. A fascinating approach to how we can begin to tackle this challenge is presented by the authors of Integral Polity. Integral spirituality, integral philosophy and the integral age, at an overall or holistic level of consciousness, has therefore become a strong enough idea to form the genesis of a movement over the course of the last half century. Taking as a starting point the ground-breaking work of the Trans4m Centre for Integral Development this book applies such an ’integral’ notion to the realms of business, economics and enterprise. To be successful, an integral approach must recognise the nuances of its environment - an integral approach in India is different from that in Indonesia, or Iceland, and they may in fact complement rather than conflict. Therefore this book also provides a fascinating alignment of such ’integrality’ with, and between different ’southern’ and ’eastern’, ’northern’ and ’western’ worlds. Using case studies ranging across the globe this review of a newly integral theory and practice provides a new lease of life to what may increasingly be perceived as the self-seeking, insulated and occasionally violent and corrupt, realm of the political.
Category: Business & Economics


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ISBN : STANFORD:36105022115864
Genre : Environmental sciences
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Category: Environmental sciences

Quantum Leaps

Author : Charlotte Shelton
ISBN : 9780750670777
Genre : Business & Economics
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Quantum Leaps introduces seven new skills: skills that are compatible with life and work in the twenty-first century. These seven Quantum Skills enable us to see, think, feel, know, act, trust and be radically different ways. Collectively they form a comprehensive model for change. These skills integrate quantum mechanical principles, state-of-the-art-psychology, and universal spiritual practices. They balance the traditional left-brain business skills with a new skill set that more fully utilizes both hemispheres of the brain. As we master these skills, Shelton states, "We create balanced lives and whole-brain organizations and we become authentic change masters, changing ourselves and our organizations from the inside out." The Seven Quantum Skills are: Quantum Seeing, Quantum Thinking, Quantum Feeling, Quantum Knowing, Quantum Acting, Quantum Trusting and Quantum Being.-
Category: Business & Economics

The Daughter Of Gaia

Author : Marko Pogacnik
ISBN : STANFORD:36105111937707
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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This volume is dedicated to the feminine principle within our culture and within the soul of each human being. Its aim is to open ways for reconnecting with the divine feminine in all its facets of existence, whether it is personal life, cultural history, the animal kingdom or the sacred dimension of landscape.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Seal Of Gaia

Author : Marlin Maddoux
ISBN : 0849937159
Genre : Fiction
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In 2031 Steve Weston, a network reporter, must decide whether to speak out when he learns that the new world leader being installed has a secret agenda, including chemical and germ warfare, genocide and one world-wide religion
Category: Fiction

Nuclear Age Literature For Youth

Author : Millicent Lenz
ISBN : UOM:39015018992696
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Discusses the portrayal of nuclear war in children's and young adults' literature
Category: Literary Criticism

The Gaia Hypothesis

Author : Michael Ruse
ISBN : 9780226060392
Genre : Science
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In 1965 English scientist James Lovelock had a flash of insight: the Earth is not just teeming with life; the Earth, in some sense, is life. He mulled this revolutionary idea over for several years, first with his close friend the novelist William Golding, and then in an extensive collaboration with the American scientist Lynn Margulis. In the early 1970s, he finally went public with the Gaia hypothesis, the idea that everything happens for an end: the good of planet Earth. Lovelock and Margulis were scorned by professional scientists, but the general public enthusiastically embraced Lovelock and his hypothesis. People joined Gaia groups; churches had Gaia services, sometimes with new music written especially for the occasion. There was a Gaia atlas, Gaia gardening, Gaia herbs, Gaia retreats, Gaia networking, and much more. And the range of enthusiasts was—and still is—broad. In The Gaia Hypothesis, philosopher Michael Ruse, with his characteristic clarity and wit, uses Gaia and its history, its supporters and detractors, to illuminate the nature of science itself. Gaia emerged in the 1960s, a decade when authority was questioned and status and dignity stood for nothing, but its story is much older. Ruse traces Gaia’s connection to Plato and a long history of goal-directed and holistic—or organicist—thinking and explains why Lovelock and Margulis’s peers rejected it as pseudoscience. But Ruse also shows why the project was a success. He argues that Lovelock and Margulis should be commended for giving philosophy firm scientific basis and for provoking important scientific discussion about the world as a whole, its homeostasis or—in this age of global environmental uncertainty—its lack thereof. Melding the world of science and technology with the world of feeling, mysticism, and religion, The Gaia Hypothesis will appeal to a broad range of readers, from students and scholars of the history and philosophy of science to anyone interested in New Age culture.
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The Gaia Atlas Of Cities

Author : Herbert Girardet
ISBN : UCSC:32106014489261
Genre : Social Science
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Gaia An Atlas Of Planet Management

Author : Norman Myers
ISBN : 0385426267
Genre : Science
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Gathers information about the world's economy, population, cultures, health care, literacy, food supplies, employment, wildlife, ecology, natural resources, and energy supplies
Category: Science