Economic Transformation: The Commons and Integral Capital

James Quilligan

James Quilligan

This show continues a big picture emphasis from the first two weeks, with further exploration of the strengths and limitations of our current economic/financial system—an understanding of which is central to realizing desirable and sustainable futures. The show explores the “market state” as we know it, and considers the chronic instability and inherent conflict at play between the private and public sectors—which in many respects pits freedom against equality. James Quilligan introduces a view of the future built upon an expanded perspective of the commons and integral capital —which includes explicit recognition of private capital, public capital, commons capital, and personal capital—and how they come together as a platform for future transformation. The show begins to intentionally showcase the relationship between systems, structures, and behaviors (the exterior forms of life) and the many dimensions of culture and mindsets (the inner nature of life) that inform them.

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Economic Transformation: The Commons and Integral Capital

May 18, 2009
Hosted by John D. Schmidt
Guess: James Quilligan


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