The possibility and practice of Collective Intelligence, a way of thinking and acting beyond the strictures of individual identity, religion, economic systems and corporate myths seems a promising way forward.
In this issue, we explore this possibility.
Classical modern science described only the surface of things, a single dimension of reality. And the more dogmatically science treated it as the only dimension, as the very essence of reality, the more misleading it became. We may know immeasurably more about the universe than our ancestors did, and yet it increasingly seems they knew something more essential about it than we do, something that escapes us.
Be patient with all that is unresolved in your heart. And try to love the questions themselves. Do not seek for the answers that cannot be given. For you would not be able to live them. And the point is to live everything. Live the questions now and perhaps without knowing it you will live along some day into the answers. Rainer Maria Rilke
Following are the links to articles in this third issue of Transformation:
Frank White and Charles Smith: Bringing the Overview Effect Down to Earth
Tom Atlee: Lies and Our Odd Relationship with Truth
Renee Freedman: Collective Intelligence/Proposed Categorization of Approach
Fiona Renzi-Fantin: The Reality of Collective Intelligence
George Levy: 朋友, Where’s My Car?
George Robinson: Space Migration and Saving the Human Species/Collective Intelligence or Business as Usual?
William Bergquist: Collective Intelligence/Collaboration or Collusion?
Charles Smith: Collective Intelligence and Economic Fascism
John Bush: Collective Intelligence and Human Culture
Dominik Heil: Understanding and Leading Organizations: A Hermeneutic Phenomenological Investigation