Managing the Earth-System: The Millennial Choice before the World's Policy-makers

Journal of Human Values 1 (1):37-48 (1995)
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This paper is an adventure of ideas which draws on the 'magic—magician' metaphor of medieval India to define the current existential predicament of the world. The author sets an agenda for reprioritization for restoring the imbalance in the fragmented human consciousness. This, the paper suggests, can be done by a gradual return to the subjective causal source of all our problems. The waning of the Objective Age created by science-technology-industrialism has led to a 'mutilating assimilative im balance' in this world. The author urges the readers to strive for a subjective metanoia to counteract the objective paranoia of our times.



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