Introduction - Two Perspectives
# 1 A Lesson from Socrates
Part I Flash of a firefly in the night
Part II When Lies become truths
Part III Religious and Sophistic behavior in the 21st Century
# 2 A Warning from Sigmund Freud
# 3 The Anthropomorphic God of Abraham
Part I Yahweh
Part II Dancing with the Devil in defiance of Cosmic Order
# 4 Human Civilization - The Future
Part I Our Ecological Dilemma
Part II Bonobos, Apes, Neanderthals, Hobbits of Flores
Part III The American non debate
Part IV “longue durée”
Part V The Bridge
Part VI Survival
Part VII Deadly Codependency - Population Growth/Capital Markets
Part VIII The Beginning of the End ?
Part IX The ecological threat to Islam
Part X Freedom
Part XI A New Axial Age ?
Part XII Egyptian reflections on our Future
# 5 A Clue from the Monastery at Nag Hammadi
# 6 Back to Lascaux
Part I Co-Creation in the Dordogne
Part II Richard Tarnas - Nature's unfolding truth
# 7 Am I My Brother’s Keeper?
Part I Cain and Able
Part II Beyond Cain and Able
# 8 A Dangerous Zero Sum Game—The "Chicago School"
vs the Planet
# 9 Forging a New Global Ethic for Planetary Survival -
“The Tragedy of The Commons”
#10 Reinventing the Sacred in the Age of the Cosmos
Part I The Enlightenment - Materialistic Determinism
Part II Our Industrial Civilization
Part III Our Future
Part IV The War between the Rational and the Irrational Mind
CONCLUDING OBSERVATIONS ON RELIGIOUS THOUGHT
Nag Hammadi Revisited
The Tragedy of the Commons Revisited
" My God, My God, why hast thou forsaken me ?"
אֵלִי אֵלִי, לָמָה עֲזַבְתָּנִי; רָחוֹק מִישׁוּעָתִי, דִּבְרֵי שַׁאֲגָתִי.
Dancing With the Devil In Defiance of Cosmic Order
A Planet Under the Shadow of Benedict de Spinosa
Einstein and Bohn Revisited
The Future of Our Species
Will Human Species Survive ?
BLOG - The Lives of Louis and Mary Leakey
I have always been fascinated with the lives of Richard, Louis and Mary Leakey
They were all prime movers in establishing a tradition of palaeoanthropological inquiry. I visited their museum at the Olduvai Gorge in Tanzania in 1983. There I met Mary. Among her many accomplishments was the discovery of the Laetoli footprints; proof that hominids walked upright as far back as 3.6 million years ago. Richard Leakey, now 67, followed in the footsteps of his famous father. He began his work searching for fossils in the mid 1960s. His team unearthed a nearly complete 1.6-million-year-old skeleton in 1984 that became known as "Turkana Boy," then the first known early human with long legs, short arms and a tall stature. Here is his statement:
In 2012 Richard Leakey made the following important statement:
Richard Leakey: Evolution Debate Soon Will Be History
By FRANK ELTMAN 05/26/12 03:17 PM ET