Futurable Planet: Answers from a Shifted Paradigm.
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Grand-narratives. Question by Michel Bauwens to Bonnitta Roy | Commons Abundance Network

Grand-narratives. Question by Michel Bauwens to Bonnitta Roy | Commons Abundance Network | Futurable Planet: Answers from a Shifted Paradigm. | Scoop.it
Great piece on post dialectic thinking. Bonnitta Roy in response to @mbauwens via @GrowTheCommons #4thecommons http://t.co/SUeKA1LeyW
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reposting this since  this is brilliant and genuinely pointing to a new kind of thinking.... definetly an answer from a already shifted paradigm.

see also: http://alderloreinsightcenter.com/2013/06/16/a-question-of-wholeness/

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Notes on Post-Dialectics - Bonnitta Roy

Notes on Post-Dialectics - Bonnitta Roy | Futurable Planet: Answers from a Shifted Paradigm. | Scoop.it

.......Why does it matter? For one, I believe that the current situation we are in with respect to our planet and environment cannot be addressed (much less solved) from dialectic mind, because dialectic mind cannot breach the dialectical separation of nature and people – there is only the everyday bardo framework of “either we are part of nature or nature is a construct of people). There is a lengthy, sophisticated critique in this, based on the need for the dialectical mind to find a “trump card” – to conveniently situate something as a part within a greater whole. To use our previous example, “nature” and “people” are fully separated from some “prior ground” – it is this “prior ground” that the dialectical mind never accesses, because it is the *view* which is not a perspective.

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Anne Caspari's curator insight, February 21, 2013 6:47 PM

Beautifully written and very precious. Worthwhile re.reading.