Sustainable Transformation: An Interview with Ervin Laszlo

Concert pianist-turned-philosopher Ervin Laszlo talks about his personal intellectual and spiritual evolution and about the evolutionary challenges facing humanity as global civilization approaches the 'chaos point.' The cofounder with Ludwig vonBertalanfy of General Systems Theory, Laszlo talks from a broad, trans-diciplinary perspective that integrates leading-edge science and spiritual understanding from many traditions.

The founder of the Club of Budapest, he travels the world working with many organizations on the urgent mission of helping create a 'sustainable transformation' to a peaceful planetary civilization before its too late.

Read articles byErvin Laszlo.

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