Dr. Riane Eisler was part of a live, interactive panel conversation hosted by the Integral Voices podcast. Eisler was in conversation with American writer, David Korten, and world-renowned futurist and author, Hazel Henderson, to engage each other’s ideas candidly and creatively to make sense of our historical moment. The conversation was moderated by Aftab Omer, sociologist, psychologist, futurist and the president of Meridian University, who is currently teaching a class with Eisler called Reimagining Power and Revaluing Care: Actualizing the Potentials of Partnership Systems.
The live conversation is now available as an Integral Voices podcast episode titled "Nurturing Our Humanity: Reuniting Care and Economics."
Watch the entire conversation video below:
Listen to the conversation via podcast below:
Nurturing Our Humanity: Reuniting Care and Economics Podcast episode with Riane Eisler:
What are the enabling conditions for reuniting care and economics? Are these also the conditions for the birth of an ecological civilization? Can we get real about markets and what the social wealth economic indicators are that promote real thinking about the human future? In this Integral Voices conversation, three Pathfinders, Riane Eisler, David Korten, and Hazel Henderson, are joined by moderator Aftab Omer to engage each other’s ideas candidly and creatively to make sense of our historical moment.
About the Integral Voices podcast
“Things fall apart; the center cannot hold“ wrote Yeats about 100 years ago in his poem “The Second Coming.” While in the deafening incoherence of an unraveling center, inquiring and transforming conversations necessarily move to the edge. Edges are associated with danger, crisis, complexity, possibility, the unknown, and unknowable.
We are now in edge times as never before. Protected from the noise, a dialogic commons is a place that nurtures generative listening. A listening where the powers of resonance foster the emergence of creative imagination and a re-sacralizing coherence.
Integral Voices convenes dialogues at evolving edges to catalyze a renaissance of real human development and the seeding of possible worlds.
Integral Voices is produced by the Center for Transformative Learning at Meridian University. View the full archive of conversations here.
Learn more about the Center for Transformative Learning at Meridian University here.