EVOLUTION, CONSCIOUSNESS & ALTRUISM
Tracking the Growth of Mainstream Science’s Shift to Altruistic Evolution
Date: April 12th, 2016
A one-day, filmed event focused on the ethical and global change implications of mainstream science’s shift to the altruistic understanding of evolution, as summarized in David Sloan Wilson’s 2015 book in the Yale/Templeton Series in the Foundational Questions of Science: Does Altruism Exist? Culture, Genes and the Welfare of Others (DAE), featuring 20 international well-known experts and thought leaders from sacred and secular roots in a series of three (3) revolving panels that struck a balance between spirituality, ethics, environment, science, sustainability, governance, social justice, arts, economics, and more.
Host: The New York Society for Ethical Culture
Host Sponsors: The National Ethical Service and The New York Society for Ethical Culture
Event Co-Sponsors (alphabetical): The Center for Earth Ethics (Union Theological Seminary), Forum 21 Institute, Friends of the Institute of Noetic Sciences, The Interspiritual Network, Our Humanity Matters, Presence, Inside Out Journeys
Directed and produced by Tanja Andrejasic Wechsler
Filmed by Katina Productions
Moderator: Yanni Maniates and David Sloan Wilson Panelists: Mitchell Rabin, Tanja Andrejasic-Wechsler, Dena Merriam, Diane Berke, Gaston Meskens , Kurt Johnson
featuring written discussions by David Sloan Wilson, Kurt Johnson, Barbara Marx Hubbard, Richard Clugston, Zachary Stein, David Korten, Kevin Brabazon, Doug King, Mike Morrell, Ken Wilber.
written discussions soon to be published featuring David Sloan Wilson, Matthew Fox, Steve McIntosh, Steve Farrell, Laura George, Catherine Bell, Tanja Andrejasic Wechsler, Ken Kitatani, Herman Greene, Gaston Meskens, edited by Yanni Maniates
Interview with Steve Farrell of Humanity’s Team, Dr. Kurt Johnson and
Yanni Maniates on the topic of Evolution and Spirituality, July 16, 2016
Click on the download link below to listen to the Interview or use the download link to load it on your computer.
NB At a bit past the 8 minute mark there is an inadvertent brief musical interlude