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The Hidden Connections: Integrating the Biological, Cognitive, and Social Dimensions of Life into a Science of Sustainability

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 10, 2003

    Excellent read!

    This book was really a true pleasure to read! This book provides us with a very beautiful picture of how all matter (both organic and non-organic) including ourselves is connected and related to each other. Even though the author tries to illuminate us on how we are destroying ourselves, he has a positive vision that is still realizeable if we allow our consciousness to evolve more. I believe we are in desparate need of writers like this at this day and age where we are closing in on the extinction of our own species. If you'd like to learn about how all of this relates to the human mind and why we do some of the terrible things we do to ourselves, read 'The Ever-Transcending Spirit' by Toru Sato. It is an absolutely incredible book that will further your understanding of nature (including ourselves) immensely.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 16, 2003

    Excellent work on systems thinking

    This book is an excellent piece of work introducing us to systems theory and how this perspective aids our search for the truth. It enables us to see how we fit into the larger picture and takes us to a new level of understanding beyond traditional science. If you like these types of books, I'd also recommend Rhythm, Relationships, and Transcendence by Toru Sato. It takes this view one step further and shows us what we can do to constructively participate in this larger process. Both are absolutely stunning books!

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