Some questions worth answering

  • From all the knowledge and experience that has been gathered so far, what are the most important lessons or pieces of knowledge which a person should (actively/functionally) know in the present day? What is the best way to teach it? What is the best way to make that knowledge available to everyone?

  • How can we include the outcomes of moral philosophy in all our activities? How can we teach decision making based on an objective and easy to use ethical framework? How can we promote a worldwide culture of ethical thinking? How can we make ethics fashionable?

  • Most people find it difficult to acknowledge or relate to the figures and indicators which are normally used to explain poverty, inequality and private capital accumulation. How can the “mathematics of inequality” be developed and explained to promote awareness and responsibility, especially among the richest part of the population?

  • The current knowledge we have from environmental science about the impact of human activities does not really influence the way most people live their daily lives. How can we bridge this gap between knowing and doing?

  • Although we live in a globalised world, most people do not understand the historical and geopolitical dimension of the moment and place they were born, and in which they are now living. They also have difficulties understanding how their lives are connected to the lives of people in other parts of the world. How can we help individuals and collectives to understand their place on this earth and their role in shaping its future?

El Matallana

An introduction to Polyamory

Polyamory – New Paradigms for Loving Relationships – April 20, 2013

How Polyamory is Turning Patriarchy on Its Head