Author: admin

Life as a Three Act Play

Life as a Three Act Play

Werner Erhard’s life is best understood through his ideas and their application to people’s lives. In this video Werner describes his use of a three act play as a metaphor for life”

Read more ›
Transformation vs. Change

Transformation vs. Change

Read more ›
Ruthless, Compassionate, Authenticity…What Is Possible

Ruthless, Compassionate, Authenticity…What Is Possible

Read more ›
Living Life Free of the Past

Living Life Free of the Past

“We human beings don’t leave the past in the past. We have the past in the future and when you do that it looks like the past gives you who you are and gives you your life in the present – kind of like two file cabinets. One file cabinet says the past the other one says the future and […]

Read more ›
Milton Friedman – Werner Erhard Interviews Winner of the 1976 Nobel Prize in Economics

Milton Friedman – Werner Erhard Interviews Winner of the 1976 Nobel Prize in Economics

SATELLITE SEMINAR SERIES: April 4, 1987 THIS BUSINESS OF MONEY: A Conversation of  Personal and Global Import. INTERVIEW WITH PROFESSOR MILTON FRIEDMAN Werner Erhard:  In a way it seems a bit redundant for me to introduce Professor Milton Friedman.  He’s probably more closely associated with economic science and more widely recognized as a leader in his field than anyone else […]

Read more ›
A Conversation to Provoke Thinking on the Nature of Creativity Through the Art of Dialogue

A Conversation to Provoke Thinking on the Nature of Creativity Through the Art of Dialogue

Read more ›
Stephen Jay Gould – Werner Erhard Interviews Author and Scientist in Intriguing Conversation on the Philosophy and Creativity of Science

Stephen Jay Gould – Werner Erhard Interviews Author and Scientist in Intriguing Conversation on the Philosophy and Creativity of Science

Stephen Jay Gould (September 10, 1941 – May 20, 2002) was an American paleontologist, evolutionary biologist, and historian of science. He was also one of the most influential and widely read writers of popular science of his generation. Gould spent most of his career teaching at Harvard University and working at the American Museum of Natural History in New York. […]

Read more ›