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The Zeitgeist Movement Defined: Realizing a New Train of Thought Paperback – 22 Jan 2014
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Beginning with an overview of the history of economics, this work builds the case for an economy based on rationality, science, and a global integrated technological focus to maximize the wellbeing of all within a carefully curated biosphere. Life-requirements, social stressors and their resolution, relevant education, transport technologies, architecture possibilities - it's all here. 900+ sources and other footnotes back up and present the data on resources, land use, technical innovations already possible, educational imperatives, public health. It is compiled and edited by some twenty members of the movement over the last few years (their credits are in the book.)
This is systems theory applied for public health concern.
It is your right and future to be finally and actually served by competent, upgrade-able, open and available systems without a price tag. Imagine that. And then glance at the news and see your "governments" prevaricating and shimmying out of any responsibility for the destruction wrought upon the public by climate change, industrial pollution, resource depletion and wasteful life-blind cancer-logic capitalism.
Want a genuine society? How about an actual civilization on this planet, thriving in the sunlight of a new enlightenment? Governments won't do it for you. However, we all will, when we finally work together. Perhaps you think that's fanciful or utopian. Humans getting on? Solutions and resolutions to problems rather than patch work sellable servicing of problems? Impossible, you say?Read more ›
Challenging - A call to each one of us to use our talents and contribute to allow a sustainable and humane global society to exist on this planet, sooner rather than later.
5 stars are not enough
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I'm truly immersed and enjoying this book. Very on point with many reference links. Absolutely Love it and it’s intent !!!Published 9 days ago by Tony Branks
Very crafty book. It pull together and explain in detail the inherent dogma around modern economics, exposing its wrong values system.Published 2 months ago by Manuel Alvarado
If you are an activist,interested in social issues, finding out the root causes of the ills of the world and how to remedy them... Read morePublished 4 months ago by R. HATTERSLEY
Ok, but heavy going, interesting if you understand the text.Published 4 months ago by Mr. M. J. Philby
This book has given me hope for the future of humanity. It presents a solid foundation on which to base a total restructuring of our social structure.Published 7 months ago by John James Garner
Great book! Great movement! It should be on the national curriculum. Need i say anymore...Published 7 months ago by Roo87
A very good book attracting the attention to the key social problems, their roots and the social organisation with values system. Certainly worth reading. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer