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The Paragonian Manifesto

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2004.   This epoch-making book introduces a radically new science of change, which explains how Life and Love are healing the 4,500-year-old split that arose when the age of the Great Mother gave way to the patriarchal epoch. The word paragonian in the title denotes the Paragonian Society, the third and final stage of human evolution that is currently emerging, healing our separation from God, Nature, and each other. By laying down the gnostic and metaphysical foundations for the much sought-for Theory of Everything, this seminal book shows how we can consciously manage our business affairs in the Paragonian Society. The framework for this transcultural unification of Western and Eastern knowledge is a holistic science of reason called relational logic, which has evolved from the enterprise modelling methods used by information systems architects in business. Relational logic will thus provide the infrastructure for the Sharing Economy, which will come into being when we realise that if we are to heal our grievously sick society, we need to compassionately cooperate with each other. The final two chapters of "The Paragonian Manifesto" address this critical issue. We shall only survive this great evolutionary transformation and realise our fullest potential as a species if we can learn to work harmoniously together with a common vision. 
The cover edges show very light shelf wear, but there are no marks or damage.

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Author(s):
Paul Hague
Condition:
Used: very good
EAN-13:
9789197517607
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-13:
9789197517607
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
160
Publisher:
Paragonian Publications

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2004.   This epoch-making book introduces a radically new science of change, which explains how Life and Love are healing the 4,500-year-old split that arose when the age of the Great Mother gave way to the patriarchal epoch. The word paragonian in the title denotes the Paragonian Society, the third and final stage of human evolution that is currently emerging, healing our separation from God, Nature, and each other. By laying down the gnostic and metaphysical foundations for the much sought-for Theory of Everything, this seminal book shows how we can consciously manage our business affairs in the Paragonian Society. The framework for this transcultural unification of Western and Eastern knowledge is a holistic science of reason called relational logic, which has evolved from the enterprise modelling methods used by information systems architects in business. Relational logic will thus provide the infrastructure for the Sharing Economy, which will come into being when we realise that if we are to heal our grievously sick society, we need to compassionately cooperate with each other. The final two chapters of "The Paragonian Manifesto" address this critical issue. We shall only survive this great evolutionary transformation and realise our fullest potential as a species if we can learn to work harmoniously together with a common vision. 
The cover edges show very light shelf wear, but there are no marks or damage.

Author(s):
Paul Hague
Condition:
Used: very good
EAN-13:
9789197517607
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-13:
9789197517607
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
160
Publisher:
Paragonian Publications

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