Money Capital versus “Life Capital”. The War of Values We Live or Die By. | Prof. John McMurtry

Author of UNESCO’s ‘Philosophy and World Problems’, Professor John McMurtry is questioned on the planetary life-system crisis by media critic Dr. Jeffery Klaehn. 

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Life-Capital

Life-Capital: The primary capital of any society or economy is Life Capital (LC –> LC1 —>LC n ), the wealth of means of life that produces more wealth of means of life in cumulative yield through time (eg., species/ecological, social, technological or knowledge capital which reproduces and grows through time in carrying capacity of life-means). Definition… Read More

There is NO UNITY Without a Life-Valuing COMMUNITY: Uncovering the LIFE-CAPITAL SOLUTION to a Healthier Nation

You may or may not know that I was his private doctor, and I had several opportunities to discuss many issues on life, that were relevant to his life and that of the life of our community.

What became clear very early on was that he was mourning the diminution of our liberating communal spirituality by an enslaving materialistic religiosity, that had captured our political and economic systems of good governance and had created histories and legacies of mental enslavement of our people, still yet unseen.

In this light, I am going to take a deep history and deep heritage approach, to show from whence we came and to whither bound, to show how we can make the Great Turn to transform all of the rules of our social engagements so that they can uplift us to the highest heights and not lead us downtrodden to the lowest-lows.

Sir Probyn had pride of place of Brimstone Hill in his heart, for it manifested the unbreakable spirit in the hearts and minds and backs and hands and feet of the slaves who built it, as manifested in their superb craftsmanship.

For him this was proof of principle that no matter how diabolic the times were, THAT spirit could never have been extinguished and can NOW be tapped into as a source of transformation that guides our thoughts, feelings and actions, individually and collectively, in comprehensively inclusive and imaginatively creative life-enabling ways.

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Collective Life Capital: The Lost Ground of the Economy | Professor John McMurtry | The World Financial Review

Reproduced from: http://www.worldfinancialreview.com/?p=4270 Collective Life Capital: The Lost Ground of the Economy July 30, 2015 • GLOBAL ECONOMY, EMERGING TRENDS, CRITICAL ANALYSIS, SPECIAL FEATURES, Capitalism in the 21st Century, In-depth, Unprotected Post, World Development By John McMurtry In this analysis, the author definitively explains collective life capital as the missing base of the economy under systemic… Read More

Life Capital: The Unseen Unifying / Bridging Alternative — Project Sanity | Prof John McMurtry

Excerpt reproduced from: https://projectsanity.online/life-capital/ The primary act is the act of understanding. — Dr. John McMurtry, Author: The Cancer Stage of Capitalism: From Crisis to Cure “Sanity means health in its etymology and its current use, applied to the mind, the healthy mind. What is most of all needed for the healthy mind of society is… Read More

Resurrecting Life Capital Growth from the Eco-Genocidal Holocaust Furnaces of Money Capital Growth

Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. – Hebrews 11:1 (KJV) Today is the second Son-day of Lent in which we reflect on and prepare for the ritualized remembrance of the death and resurrection of Yeshua, the founder of our faith. Each year, during my meditation on these important… Read More

VIDEO: Scott Andrew gives oral submission to NZ Parliament (CP/TPP)

Reproduced from: https://www.scottandrew.life/media/2018/scott-andrew-gives-oral-submission-to-nz-parliament-cptpp May 17, 2018 Thank you for the time today. The big lies coming from The Money Party have become so automatic, that few notice them. This moving around of the deckchairs would be laughably absurd, if it wasn’t for our capsizing planetary condition now making rising depression, anxiety and suicide rates the new… Read More

Public Communication and Power: Talking Capitalism, Theory and Critique with John McMurtry

Abstract: This interview with globally distinguished Canadian philosopher and author, John McMurtry, presents dialogue discussing capitalism, asymmetrical power relations, life capital, social theory, common life interest, life value, global problems, market theology, media, values of the market and free market ideology today in relation to public education, academia, intellectual fads and the broader intellectual culture in relation to enabling public understanding of meaning-making and power, totalising market culture, climate, dispossession, health, influence, energy, labour, income, slavery, corporate welfare, neo-liberalism, the global ecosystem, and inequalities of class and power.

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