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The End of Money and the Future of Civilization

The End of Money and the Future of Civilization

Like the proverbial fish who doesn't know what water is, we swim in an economy built on money that few of us comprehend, and, most definitely, what we don't know is hurting us.
Very few people realize that the nature of money has changed profoundly over the past three centuries, or--as has been clear with the latest global financial crisis--the extent to which it has become a political instrument used to centralize power, concentrate wealth, and subvert popular government. On top of that, the economic growth imperative inherent in the present global monetary system is a main driver of global warming and other environmental crises.
The End of Money and the Future of Civilization demystifies the subjects of money, banking, and finance by tracing historical landmarks and important evolutionary shifts that have changed the essential nature of money. Greco's masterful work lays out the problems and then looks to the future for a next stage in money's evolution that can liberate us as individuals and communities from the current grip of centralized and politicized money power.
Greco provides specific design proposals and exchange-system architectures for local, regional, national, and global financial systems. He offers strategies for their implementation and outlines actions grassroots organizations, businesses, and governments will need to take to achieve success.
Ultimately, The End of Money and the Future of Civilization provides the necessary understanding-- for entrepreneurs, activists, and civic leaders--to implement approaches toward monetary liberation. These approaches would empower communities, preserve democratic institutions, and begin to build economies that are sustainable, democratic, and insulated from the financial crises that plague the dominant monetary system.

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Greco-Roman Sculpture Section & Hallway: Louvre

Greco-Roman Sculpture Section  & Hallway: Louvre

Greco-Roman Sculpture (BW): Louvre
Louvre Museum
Paris, France

Benches, like the ones shown where the guys were sitting, are a welcome respite when you visit the Louvre. I suggest you wear tennis shoes.


Greco-Roman Sculpture (BW): Louvre

Greco-Roman Sculpture (BW): Louvre

Greco-Roman Sculpture (BW): Louvre
Louvre Museum
Paris, France

Please help identify this, it will help others (like me) learn more about Greco-Roman art and mythology.



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El Greco: Mystic Under the Blazing Sun

In 1575, a foreigner came to live within the walls of Toledo, the spiritual center of Spain. He came from Greece, from the island of Crete: His name was Kyriakos Theotocopoulos. The people of Toledo called him El Greco, the Greek.
At the court of the Spanish King El Greco had no success, but the high dignitaries of Toledo, the bastion of Spanish Catholicism, liked his paintings with their somber, passionate religiousness. Influenced by the icon painting in his home country and by his years in Venice as a pupil of Titian, El Greco developed his unmistakable, expressive style. The elongated figures in his pictures, painted in flickering forms and lines and the dramatic character of his landscapes became his hallmark.
This informative and entertaining documentary was filmed in the Prado Museum and in the churches and cloisters of Toledo where El Greco offset the blazing, summery light with dark, cool colors. This unique program presents these contrasts in impressive shots and draws a new picture of this artist, whose baffling modernity has still not lost any of its fascination.

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