Pari Perspectives 3

March 2020

Our Changing World

Pari Perspectives 3: Our Changing World – Digital Edition

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Welcome to the third issue, March 2020, of Pari Perspectives: Ideas in Science, the Arts, Spirit and Community.

In this issue we explore ‘Our Changing World,’ and as bleak, dangerous and disintegrating as we may experience it so many of our writers have expressed hope in the way Václav Havel spoke of hope. Hope as the transcendent virtue. Hope as the opposite of despair. Hope is everything to do with the human spirit.

Table of Contents

A 21st Century Renaissance
COLIN TUDGE

From Certainty to Uncertainty: Thought, Theory and Action in a Postmodern World
F. DAVID PEAT

River Art
AHMAD NADALIAN with JOHN K. GRANDE

Wholeness and Human Relationship
DAVID SCHRUM

Jung on Evil
MURRAY STEIN

God, Science, and Dual-Aspect Monism
PETER B. TODD with JEFFREY MISHLOVE

The Numen of Matter
CEDRUS MONTE

Zarathustra’s Logic Bomb and the Transparition of Ohrmazd’s Angel in Technology
ROBERT DOMMETT

The Myth of Human Perfection
ANASTASIA JOYCE

It’s Not About Knowledge
F. DAVID PEAT with GODELIEVE SPAAS

Our Changing World: Back to Our Communities
LAURA TALSMA

The Evolution and Hubris of Ziggy Stardust
JAMES PEAT BARBIERI

Pari Yesterday: A Collection of Memories
GENNY RABAZZI


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Jung on Evil

Murray Stein

From Certainty to Uncertainty: Thought, Theory and Action in a Postmodern World

A 21st Century Renaissance

Colin Tudge