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Art Meets Science and Spirituality in a Changing Economy

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This collection presents an exchange of views between representatives of the three historically separate pillars of culture - art, science and spirituality. It includes panel discussions from the first meeting in 1990, and is published to commemorate the second meeting in Copenhagen in August 1996. The twenty panellists include artists John Cage, Per Kirkeby, Robert Rauschenberg, and Marina Abramovic; spiritual leaders HH Dalai Lama, Mother Tessa Bielecki, and Houston Smith; economists JK Galbraith, Stanislav Menshikov, Paul Hawken, HJ Witteveen, and Pinheiro Neto; and scientists David Bohm, Francisco Varela, Karl Pribram, and Fritjof Capra.

Item details

Author(s):
Ed.: Wijers, Louwrien
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1996
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1854904779
ISBN-13:
9781854904775
Number of pages:
223
Publisher:
Academy Editions

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This collection presents an exchange of views between representatives of the three historically separate pillars of culture - art, science and spirituality. It includes panel discussions from the first meeting in 1990, and is published to commemorate the second meeting in Copenhagen in August 1996. The twenty panellists include artists John Cage, Per Kirkeby, Robert Rauschenberg, and Marina Abramovic; spiritual leaders HH Dalai Lama, Mother Tessa Bielecki, and Houston Smith; economists JK Galbraith, Stanislav Menshikov, Paul Hawken, HJ Witteveen, and Pinheiro Neto; and scientists David Bohm, Francisco Varela, Karl Pribram, and Fritjof Capra.

Author(s):
Ed.: Wijers, Louwrien
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1996
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1854904779
ISBN-13:
9781854904775
Number of pages:
223
Publisher:
Academy Editions

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