Sunday, August 5 at 10:30 am
A Discussion of Economics Unmasked
by Sterling Bunnell
Sterling’s talk this morning will revolve around the book, Economics Unmasked by Philip Smith and Manfred Max-Neef — a remarkable book containing ideas that are most useful in understanding our present situation. The subtitle of this book is: “From Power and Greed to Compassion and the Common Good.”
All of Sterling’s talks manifest his brilliant command of both abstract explanations and historical examples — both theory and fact — and they exhibit the amazing broad scope of his mind, encompassing so many fields: the hard and soft sciences and earth and biological sciences, spirituality, psychology, philosophy, history, at alia. Sterling is a rare generalist, a philosopher, freely sharing his thoughts in our world of guarded specialists. Hear Sterling talk, participate in the group discussion, and get the education you might have missed in the course of your life!
Our Sunday talks are accompanied by optional pot luck refreshments. Please feel free to bring scrumptious food, organic and local, suitable for brunch. Our doors open at 10:00 am and talks begin at 10:30 am.
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