Darrell R. Moneyhon
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Integral Metaphysics

Found this while searching on Kheper (sp?) integral metaphysics (or postmetaphysics? don't remember) site. My search was the word "fountain," as my own spiritual approach is basically applying the…Continue

Started Jan 29, 2016

Charles Hugh Smith's book, A Radically Beneficial World

Hey, Just wondering if anyone here has read A Radically Beneficial World, by Charles Hugh Smith. Many of his ideas overlapped with mine while imagining and writing about a model community (Allsville,…Continue

Tags: source, open, transformation, social

Started Jan 29, 2016

Laughing at the Separation of Quads

I know you may think it quite brazen of me to jump in and make a post after not participating so long here. "Who does this guy think he is?!"And yes, socially, that would probably be an accurate…Continue

Started Sep 11, 2015

Form, Finesse, and Force
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My recent thoughts about effective strategies for positive social transformation led me to an emphasis on "outflanking" or "playing the weak side" (in sports), but using "just enough" activism to…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Darrell R. Moneyhon Mar 26, 2014.

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Darrell R. Moneyhon replied to Layman Pascal's discussion INTEGRAL ANTI-CAPITALISM cont'd.
"I have Bernie stickers on the front and back of my car! Eager to eat a Bernie sandwich too! d"
Mar 10, 2016
Darrell R. Moneyhon replied to Layman Pascal's discussion INTEGRAL ANTI-CAPITALISM cont'd.
"Will do. Didn't have time to fully read, only dipped. Glad my line of thought was legit enough to be addressed by the author. You never quite know when it comes to initial impressions. An in-depth read and analysis is definitely…"
Mar 10, 2016
Darrell R. Moneyhon replied to Layman Pascal's discussion INTEGRAL ANTI-CAPITALISM cont'd.
"Re this one little part from the first of Edwards' essay: "A second issue of concern, and one which also requires some clarification of the holon concept, is the difficulty in attributing developmental potential to what may be regarded as…"
Mar 10, 2016
Darrell R. Moneyhon replied to Layman Pascal's discussion INTEGRAL ANTI-CAPITALISM cont'd.
"More from One Nation Under God, by Kevin M. Kruse. This excerpt below impresses me as amplifying the smell test for Christian conservatism. from One Nation Under God, by Kevin M. Kruse, page 21-22 (hardbound edition): The success of Spiritual…"
Feb 19, 2016
Darrell R. Moneyhon replied to Layman Pascal's discussion INTEGRAL ANTI-CAPITALISM cont'd.
"Bankers were once brokers, used in the old top-down system to vet investment potential of lenders. The experts (bankers) loan out money to people most likely to make more money and return an interest/profit on the loaned money. It is an indirect way…"
Feb 18, 2016
Darrell R. Moneyhon replied to Layman Pascal's discussion INTEGRAL ANTI-CAPITALISM cont'd.
"Thanks theurj, Liked that article. Rifkin's End of Work is all about the unplanned inevitable effects of automation and displaced human labor, so too are many open-source writers. Yes labor needs to be decoupled from pay…"
Feb 17, 2016
Darrell R. Moneyhon replied to Layman Pascal's discussion INTEGRAL ANTI-CAPITALISM cont'd.
"Received Kruse's book and am in process of reading. from In God We Trust: Decades before Eisenhower's inaugural prayers, corporate titans enlisted conservative clergymen in an effort to promote new political arguments embodied in the…"
Feb 15, 2016
Darrell R. Moneyhon replied to Layman Pascal's discussion INTEGRAL ANTI-CAPITALISM cont'd.
"Re theurj's comment about Kevin Cruse's book One Nation Under God:  A week ago I attended the funeral of my daughter-in-law's grandmother who was a member of a rural Presbetarian church. During the…"
Feb 11, 2016
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Jan 29, 2016
Darrell R. Moneyhon replied to DavidM58's discussion Integral Energy: Uniting Mulitple Perspectives on our Thermodynamic World
""myopia" is one form of the "wave collapse" that I was talking about in my comment.  A consumer parks his newly-owned car in his or her driveway. He or she no longer thinks about the exploitation or polution that might have…"
Sep 11, 2015
Darrell R. Moneyhon replied to DavidM58's discussion Integral Energy: Uniting Mulitple Perspectives on our Thermodynamic World
"As one "DM" to another, I really liked this segment from your original post:  ---- But I’ve concluded that many of us, like Koningstein and Fork, have been asking the wrong questions of renewables. We’ve been demanding…"
Sep 11, 2015
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Laughing at the Separation of Quads

I know you may think it quite brazen of me to jump in and make a post after not participating so long here. "Who does this guy think he is?!"And yes, socially, that would probably be an accurate assessment. But the aspberger's tendency in me pushes for philosophical clarification more than it does social appropriateness.And if there was ever an egghead place of forgiveness of social innappropriateness, I should think it would be HERE!  Part of the reason I havn't been here for a while is that I…See More
Sep 11, 2015
Darrell R. Moneyhon replied to Edwyrd theurj Burj's discussion The Zero Marginal Cost Society by Jeremy Rifkin
"I have The End of Work, one of Rifkin's first books, but have not read it yet. He addresses the issue about what to do with all the technology-displaced workers.  The 1990 theological book Creation Spirituality, by Matthew Fox suggests…"
Jan 30, 2015
Darrell R. Moneyhon replied to Edwyrd theurj Burj's discussion The Zero Marginal Cost Society by Jeremy Rifkin
"Would be nice if robots took the place of sending human beings into unsafe mines, etc. To be put out of a dangerous job or even one that stigmatizes a person as being "lower class," is good, as long as total disenfranchizement isn't…"
Jan 27, 2015
Darrell R. Moneyhon replied to Layman Pascal's discussion INTEGRAL ANTI-CAPITALISM cont'd.
"This little poem that Lucidia shared with Eric, in order to explain why she called Ken Wilber the mother, instead of the father, of Integral Resourceism is a projection of something I feel, identify with. I might change my blog name to…"
Jan 13, 2015
Darrell R. Moneyhon replied to Layman Pascal's discussion INTEGRAL ANTI-CAPITALISM cont'd.
"Why wouldn't the TIR cover the gross energy needs? Yes, oil past its peak output is one of the main reasons Rifkin says we are in economic strain and/or dysfunction, such as dangerously big gap between haves and have-nots. While flaws inherent…"
Jan 13, 2015

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At 7:44am on March 6, 2014, Andrew MacDonald said…

Hi Darrell,

I"m in a busy phase of my life right now and found your post to be challenging to work into . . . I would have to put a lot of time into it that I'm sorry to say I don't have. Though I read with interest I find it hard to read a long thing with no paragraph breaks. Daunting!

Involvement in local community building seems / feels impt to me and a way of grounding bigger ideas. Engagement with others is so valuable at all levels. Even "Ken" though lofty as hell is always in conversation with others about it so in a sense current and local. I'd like to see your work find a home at a local level . . . Sorry I don't have time for more just now!! Blessings!

At 3:13pm on February 23, 2012, Balder said…

Thank you, Darrell.  I will comment on your IL post soon.

 
 
 
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