Charles Eisenstein “Sacred Economics” Lecture

Join Charles Eisenstein, author of “Sacred Economics: Money, Gift, and Society in the Age of Transition” for an evening conversation this Saturday, March 10th, 7pm at Columbia Hall rm 150, University of Oregon. Charles Eisenstein has written several articles addressing some of the core issues of the Occupy movement including “No Demand Is Big Enough” which was a direct response to calls early on from Occupy critics for the movement to clearly state “what our demands are.”

Discover a powerful, mind-opening account of history, social analysis, solutions and new possibilities for the future of money, economics and the quality of our lives and our future. Learn how we can all benefit in this vision and contribute to it. Explore a new economic world filled with:

  • gifting, sharing, and generosity
  • local money and resilient communities
  • a commons that’s thriving and expanding
  • negative interest that generates greater, truer wealth
  • liberated human passion, caring, and contributions
  • societies freed of concentrated, corrupted power
  • economics that into account nature and people

Discover economics as if people and nature really mattered….enlightened economics that knows we are all connected…

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