The New Human Rights Movement | Peter Joseph, Nov. 8th 2017 Lecture

November 26, 2017 Admin 0

Video: The New Human Rights Movement | Peter Joseph, Nov. 8th 2017 @ The University of Santa Barbara, CA

Get the book: https://www.amazon.com/New-Human-Rights-Movement-Reinventing/dp/1942952651

About: Peter Joseph is an American-born social critic and activist who has lectured around the world on the subject of cultural sustainability. Once deemed “The Herald of Occupy Wall Street” for his tacit prediction of inevitable global uprisings against inequality and economic injustice, his extensive media work has been translated into over 130 languages and experienced by 250 million people. Working in concert with numerous NPOs and grassroots organizations, Joseph’s core focus is on socioeconomic structures that … [Read More]

The New Human Rights Movement

October 16, 2016 Admin 0

Now available to order in various forms, this new book by is a refined creation that took a decade of research and experience. While the release will not be until March 21st 2017, your preorder will help push the work through the ranks for more impact when it is finally available. Official Website.

Review by the NY Journal of Books

Description:
Society is broken. We can design our way to a better one.

In our increasingly interconnected world, self-interest and social-interest are rapidly becoming indistinguishable. If the oceans die, if society fractures, or if global warming spirals out of control, … [Read More]

Post-Scarcity Economics and the End of Capitalism, June 20th 2015, METal

June 14, 2015 Admin 0

I have been asked to give a talk before a business culture group call “METal” in Los Angeles on Sat., June 20th It should be very interesting as what I will present will be largely contrary to the values of the group, I suspect.

Called: Post-Scarcity Economics and the End of Capitalism

http://metal.celebrations.com/EndOfCapitalism

Posted info:
<Taking an evolutionary view of economics, coupled with modern revelations in human psychology, environmental synergy and the basis of true social stability, Peter Joseph presents a new economic train of thought based on natural law science. Since the great divergence from the Malthusian trap

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“InterReflections I” 2015 Update

February 23, 2015 Admin 0

InterReflections I

Update: Currently  set for late  2015 release. Please sign up for the mailing list to be update about release info.

“In a quest for a new, more humane society, a counter-culture revolution takes the world by storm. In the first of the InterReflections Trilogy, we look back to the modern world and wonder how  we managed to survive as long as we had.”

IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1965308/?ref_=nm_flmg_wr_1

Facebook (Film): https://www.facebook.com/InterReflections

Twitter (Peter Joseph): https://twitter.com/zeitgeistfilm

 

InterReflections I by Peter Joseph
InterReflections I by Peter Joseph
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Understanding Truncated Free-Market Thought & General Delusions

July 1, 2014 Admin 0

Understanding Truncated Free-Market Thought & General Delusions

This is a response to an email received.

QUESTION:
Dear Peter,

I have been talking to libertarians about an RBE and get frustrated countering their narrow arguments. I have included some points brought up I would like help with, if you have time.

About resource abuse and exploitation, he says:
“If you own something, you want to maintain it in good condition. Private property means people will care about their property, including resources and employees… Those employee are also there voluntarily in a free market, so it is their choice.”

When I talk … [Read More]

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Understanding “Structural Coercion” and “Structural Violence”

July 1, 2014 Admin 0

Understanding “Structural Coercion” and “Structural Violence”, by Peter Joseph

This is a response to an email received. While the subject of “Structural Coercion” and “Structural Violence” seem hard for many to grasp, it is actually very simple once a systems-based perspective is taken and the world is viewed through the eyes of large scale statistics and not narrow anecdotes/reductionist thought.

QUESTION:
Dear Peter,

I was talking to a person in a free-market forum about Structural Coercion and Structural Violence as you often talk about and they argued that you are saying nothing more than “doing work” is Structural Coercion and … [Read More]

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Social Pathology, 2010 Lecture, The Zeitgeist Movement, TRANSCRIPT FULL

April 15, 2010 Admin 0

Social Pathology, 2010 Lecture, The Zeitgeist Movement, TRANSCRIPT FULL Below.

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Social Pathology Peter Joseph 2011

Full Text:

“Social Pathology”

March 13th 2010, New York City

By Peter Joseph

I’ve entitled this “Social Pathology.” I decided to use the metaphor of disease to describe the current state of social affairs and the trends it foreshadows and perpetuates. I was first introduced to this idea of relating social state to a cellular state by a man named John McMurtry who wrote a book called “The Cancer Stage of Capitalism.” The rationale is pretty simple. Just as human beings have … [Read More]

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Mini Documentary on Peter Joseph released by Charles Robinson

January 2, 2010 Admin 0

Mini Documentary on Peter Joseph released by Charles Robinson
Released 2010

Peter Joseph Documentary
Peter Joseph Documentary

 

From the Documentary Website:

>>”In late 2009 I was able to interview Peter Joseph, the creator of “Zeitgeist, The Movie” and “Zeitgeist- Addendum”; Founder of The Zeitgeist Movement, in his home. He described himself

and his life in details in what is likely a rare interview (until then). He was kind enough to provide me with previously unreleased media and video and I in turn did my best to create a documentary (albeit kinda poor in quality compared to his work!) that would help

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Transcript : Peter Joseph Lecture: “Where are we now?” London, 2009

August 30, 2009 Admin 0

Transcript : Peter Joseph Lecture: “Where are we now?” London, 2009

Full Lecture Transcript:

The Zeitgeist Movement London, UK / July 25th 2009 The title of the presentation is “Where are we now?” In my experience so far in attempting to promote the ideas of the movement and the Venus Project, I find about 95% of the critics tend to ignore the current state of affairs. And in a detached manner, they simply criticize the abstracts of what our proposed resolutions are without ever reflecting on the train of thought that was employed to reach those solutions. So in response … [Read More]