Summary: Multidisciplinary conversations with contemporary thought leaders: scientists, artists, psychologists, authors, analysts, contemplatives and innovators contributing to a saner, healthier world.
With great pleasure the Living Hero program presents an interview with author and cultural historian, Morris Berman, Ph.D. Our interview includes conversation about: ● What motivated Berman’s writing of the trilogy on human consciousness ● The mind-body split and the creative process ● The decline of America ● The dialectical principle in our lives ● A new monastic individual and the masses ● Progress, consciousness, and power ● What societies of hunter-gatherers and nomads had that we don’t have ● Berman’s sociological perspectives and suggestions ● Problems of “progress” and power ● American social conditions prompting Berman’s move to Mexico Dr. Berman is the author of a trilogy on the evolution of human consciousness–The Reenchantment of the World (1981), Coming to Our Senses (1989), and Wandering God: A Study in Nomadic Spirituality (2000). In 2000, his Twilight of American Culture was named a “Notable Book” by the New York Times Book Review. During 2003-6 he was Visiting Professor in Sociology at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. and has held endowed chairs at several other American and Canadian universities. Dr. Berman relocated to Mexico in 2006, and in 2008 was appointed Visiting Professor at the Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico City. His most recent book is Dark Ages America: The Final Phase of Empire. He maintains an interesting blog with related resources at morrisberman.com where you will also find his complete bio. Enjoy the show! (The interview is about 57 minutes.) Listen at your convenience
Living Hero is pleased to present an interview with entrepreneur and inventor, John Green, who is domestically manufacturing an alternative vehicle, The Ecofueler, which runs at high speeds and extremely low emissions on compressed natural gas. The interview includes conversation about: The Ecofueler’s economic, design and safety features ● The business history of the Ecofueler ● The mind of a perennially successful and indefatigable entrepreneur ● How to make any business work ● The power of positive thinking in ventures ● John’s goals for the Ecofueler ● The Ecofueler’s progressive business model ● Politics of the gasoline economy ● Enjoy the show and please add your comments! (The interview is about 45 minutes.) Listen at your convenience!