I'm curious if anyone on this forum is familiar with the work of Andreas Weber. I just discovered him via a post at Resilience.org.  His most recent post references David Bollier, Michel Serres, Edgar Morin, and numerous others.

His page on that site looks like this:

Towards Cultures of Aliveness: Politics and Poetics in a Postdualis...

Enlightenment thinking is coming to an end. The "Anthropocene" claims to step beyond the dualism of man–nature opposition.

Basic Principles of Enlivenment: Working with Paradoxes

In the center of this stands the certainty that all lived reality, be it physiological, ecological, emotional, sociological, political, economical or artistic, is paradox.

First-Person-Science: Towards a Culture of Poetic Objectivity

For the last 400 years or so science has relied on an “objectivity” provided by rational thinking and measurements.

From Enlivenment to Shared Livelihoods: The Emergence of a Commons-...

The enlivenment approach is not just an abstract philosophical re-imagining of the world. It is an emerging reality in countless corners of the earth.

Natural Anti-Capitalism: Biospheric Householding as the Foundation ...

Enlivenment means to get back to living reality as the inspiration and insight for all areas of science.

Life-as-Meaning: Biopoetics as Paradigm for Living Relationships

Biology today is undergoing a profound reassessment of its core premises.

Bioeconomics: The Hidden Megascience

The premises of neo-Darwinism and neoliberalism constitute the tacit, taken-for-granted understanding of “how the world works”.

The Economy of Wastefulness: The Biology of the Commons

There is an all-enclosing commons-economy which has been successful for billions of years: the biosphere. Its ecology is the terrestrial household of energy, matter, beings, relationships and meanings which contains any manmade economy and only allows for it to exist. Sunlight, oxygen, drinking water, climate, soil and energy – the products and processes of this household – also …

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