A CLOSER LOOK

 
4. November 2019

The three crises of humankind – The Planet’s Choir

  European School of Governance, position paper #191104  by Julia Hayden. Climate change is not the crisis, it’s a symptom. The three crises of […]
30. August 2019

Not Renouncement – but Rediscovering our Body

– The capability of being in resonance as a starting point for change European School of Governance, position paper #190830 by Doris Bergmann “Our […]
31. May 2019

Critical Spirituality – Collective Development

  European School of Governance, position paper #190531  by Julia Hayden and Louis Klein. Here we are, in the age of the Anthropocene. Here […]
21. May 2019

Four ways of knowing

  European School of Governance, position paper # 190521  by Raghav Rajagopalan.   Reminiscing As a child, I grew up in a large community […]
16. May 2019

Anthropocene Arts – beyond Higgs

  European School of Governance, position paper # 190516  by Bernhard Vierling To this day, the impact of humankind on Earth has been influenced […]
22. September 2018

Venturing Anthropocene Thinking

European School of Governance, position paper # 180922  by Louis Klein. If governing the Anthropocene is the challenge, Anthropocene thinking is the condition for […]
16. June 2018

Cultural medicine balances Big Data by connecting humanities, arts, visual technologies, ancient wisdom, and science

European School of Governance, position paper # 180616-3 by Jochen Büchel. In this era of Big Data, there is an increasing demand for technologies […]
16. June 2018

Governing the serious games of society

European School of Governance, position paper # 180616-2  by Louis Klein. We are inescapably thrown into a world of games. Civilisation is a matter […]
16. June 2018

Towards an ecumenism of medicine

European School of Governance, position paper # 180616-1 by Daniel Dick and Hartmut Schröder. “Medicine is constituted by the task of helping sick people. […]
28. May 2018

Realising European Values

European School of Governance, position paper # 180528  by Louis Klein. Three European values there are, not more not less: individual freedom, societal solidarity […]
2. May 2018

Systemic Change

European School of Governance, position paper # 180502  by Louis Klein. Successful change is systemic change. It had always been systemic change, or it […]
12. April 2018

The answer of our body to the questions of the world

European School of Governance, position paper # 180412-2  by Julia Hayden. Our world is sick. Our Mother Earth, who we assume to nourish, cure […]
12. April 2018

Learning Democracy

“Many forms of government have been tried and will be tried in this world of sin and woe. No one pretends that democracy is […]
21. March 2018

European New School Thinking 2019

European School of Governance, position paper # 180321  by Louis Klein. “The thinking that brought us here, won’t bring us there”, Albert Einstein once […]
8. November 2017

Cataluña through a systems lens

European School of Governance, position paper # 171108 by Thomas Lehr. There is a widespread consensus in Europe with respect to Cataluña’s autonomy claim: […]
7. November 2017

Tapping into hypervalue
– Innovating economic policy

European School of Governance, position paper # 171107 by Louis Klein. It is an axiom of economic thinking that if we work smart we […]
4. October 2017

It’s the ocean, stupid!
– Why Ocean Health is key.

European School of Governance, position paper # 171004 by Stephanie Plön and Louis Klein. Governing the Anthropocene is a question of stewardship, both of […]
30. June 2017

European Gründerzeit: When, if not now?

European School of Governance, position paper # 170630 by Louis Klein Within half a year, between autumn 2016 and spring 2017, the vision of […]