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"Stewards of Transition" with Angeles Arrien (part 4 of 4)

In this series, Angeles Arrien presents a vision of the emerging wisdom society that trusts the heart of our communal deep knowing, and uses it to push the edges of outdated ways of relating, which have historically crippled our ability to function as a society. Angeles details emerging models of creative collaboration that combine open-hearted problem solving with the wisdom of what is already working to create a “braided way” that sacrifices neither old nor new, but holds both in creative tension.

"Stewards of Transition" with Angeles Arrien (part 1 of 4)

In this series, Angeles Arrien presents a vision of the emerging wisdom society that trusts the heart of our communal deep knowing, and uses it to push the edges of outdated ways of relating, which have historically crippled our ability to function as a society. Angeles details emerging models of creative collaboration that combine open-hearted problem solving with the wisdom of what is already working to create a “braided way” that sacrifices neither old nor new, but holds both in creative tension.

"Stewards of Transition" with Angeles Arrien (part 3 of 4)

In this series, Angeles Arrien presents a vision of the emerging wisdom society that trusts the heart of our communal deep knowing, and uses it to push the edges of outdated ways of relating, which have historically crippled our ability to function as a society. Angeles details emerging models of creative collaboration that combine open-hearted problem solving with the wisdom of what is already working to create a “braided way” that sacrifices neither old nor new, but holds both in creative tension.

"Stewards of Transition" with Angeles Arrien (part 2 of 4)

In this series, Angeles Arrien presents a vision of the emerging wisdom society that trusts the heart of our communal deep knowing, and uses it to push the edges of outdated ways of relating, which have historically crippled our ability to function as a society. Angeles details emerging models of creative collaboration that combine open-hearted problem solving with the wisdom of what is already working to create a “braided way” that sacrifices neither old nor new, but holds both in creative tension.

"The Biology and Sociology of Good and Evil" with Van Jones and Thomas Lewis

Psychiatrist Thomas Lewis, who has studied the neurobiology of emotion, and human rights activist and lawyer, Van Jones present two perspectives on understanding good and evil. Is our perception of good and evil biologically or culturally based?

They both provide vivid examples which demonstrate the complexity of our perceptions of what is good and what is evil.

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