Pari Center Library
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A. Essays and Papers
A wide variety of essays and papers are indexed under a variety of Classifications
B. Pari and the Sustainable City of the Future
IN 2011 the Pari Center became part of a European Union project involving groups in Berlin, London, Lisbon, Tromso and Stockholm to explore the future of cities. For a description of the project
C. Pari Network on Ethical Considerations in Economics, Business,
Society and the Environment
Report on a network of business people and economists interested in the ethical dimensions of their work.
D. Basic Books in Science
A new project whereby educational material in science and mathematics can be downloaded for free
E. Dialogues in Religion and Science
Reports on a series of talks and dialogues about religion and science that have been funded by the Metanexus Institute
This section of the library contains a wide variety of essays and papers. The contents are updated on a regular basis.
Material is classified under the following indices.
- Background papers to the Pari Roundtable, September 2009
Non-linear systems, chaos theory, post modernism, gentle action
Changing economic paradigms, globalization, diplomacy, the welfare state, philantropy, sustainability, liberalism and neo-liberalism, development
Dualism, Matter and Mind, Karl Pribram, synchronicity
Art and consciousness, creativity, interviews in the arts
Education, gentle action, music, philosophy, creativity, development, art and science
Dialogue between religions, creation of the cosmos, religion and peace, Pauli, Faraday and Pasteur
- Digital publishing, Global Universities, Future of the Universities, use of the Internet, Copyright and Copyleft.
- Papers on education and on the Pari Network on Education
This informal network of business people and economists has been meeting both in person and over the Internet. Those interested in participating can write to the Pari Cetner at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Pari Center is supporting a new project whereby a series of workbooks in science can be downloaded without charge from the Pari Center website. The intention is to supply free educational material to developing countries. You comments and reactions would be appreciated.
Reports on a variety of discussions and talks dealing with the relationship between religion and science and funded by the Metanexus Institute
Science and Religious Fundamentalism in the 1920s
Edward B. Davis
The challenge for education in uncertain times.
Science and Society
Note: 2.36 MB download
This 372 page book by John Avery of the H.C. Orsted Institute in Copenhagen traces human civilization through from the first humans, though the time of the ancient Greeks, the Renaissance and Age of Reason to the present day. In particular it deals with the Industrial Revolution, the rise of Chemistry, Nuclear Power and on to genetic engineering, the possibility of Artificial Intelligence, the care of the Earth and a look to our future.
Please note that the library also contains a number of audio clips of interviews with scientists such as Werner Heisenberg, David Bohm, P.A.M Dirac and many others.
Video clips of the village of Pari, plus a short interview with David Peat are also available in the Video Section.