By Stephan Harding
By Philip Franses, Lecturer in Complexity and Holistic Science
Dedicated to the memory of Brian Goodwin.
If you look at anything carefully, deeply enough, you discover the mystery of interbeing, and once you have seen it you will no longer be subject to fear – fear of birth, or fear of death. Birth and death are only ideas we have in the mind, and these cannot be applied to reality. Thich Nhat Hanh
Published in Caduceus magazine – September 2006
An interview with Satish Kumar
Reprinted from LAPIS magazine, 2001
Programme Director of Schumacher College and editor of the magazine Resurgence, which explores ecological and spiritual values.
Earth System Science. Proceedings of the International School on Earth and Planetary Sciences, University of Siena, 2001, 227-233
Trained as a field ecologist, Stephan Harding collaborates with James Lovelock on Gaian computer modelling.
Stephan Harding Through deep experience, deep questioning and deep commitment emerges Deep Ecology.
Ants behave with a collective intelligence that can’t be explained by their genes alone, says Brian Goodwin. And he’s built a virtual colony to show the team in action.
Lessons for Living from New Science
As the 21st Century begins to unfold, we have before us the disturbing spectacle of a world that is unravelling at many of its seams…
Professor Brian Goodwin
When Galileo started the great adventure of modern science with his systematic study of the motion of falling and projected bodies, cylinders rolling down inclined planes, and the movements of the moons of Jupiter, he was guided by a deep insight: natural phenomena can be described by mathematics…