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The Rob Kall Bottom Up Radio Show Podcast
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Riane Eisler is a social scientist, activist, attorney and author of the best-selling book, Chalice and the Blade, in its 30th anniversary edition, with 57 printings and 27 foreign editions, and The Real Wealth of Nations and The Power of Partnerships, and she's president of the Center for Partnership Studies
Very rough notes from before and during the interview
What are the main ideas you want listeners to know and think about, then take action on?
What is the mission of the Center for Partnership studies?
What are the problems with our current economic system and how do you want it to change?
Talk about dominators versus partners and how they tie in with patriarchy and authoritarianism.
Transition from matrilineal to patrilineal and how that's different than matriarchal to patriarchal.
You seem to propose that invading nomads who herded animals conquered peaceful horticulturalists? Talk about how that changed things for humans
GDP doesn't measure human well being, environmental sustainability, long-term economic success
Four actions you can take?
Real wealth of the world is?
Contributions of people and of nature.?
We need economic systems that give visibility and real value to the most essential human work--work of caring for people and caring for mother earth.
Economics and relationships
Global Public Goods
Male domination/Patriarchy hurts men too. They have to repress important parts of themselves
Hierarchies of actualization
On her website: Cultural Trnasformation Videos
Book: Tommorrow's Children
Connected Caring Guide for children
4 cornerstones of a partnership society
1 Childhood and family relations
2 Gender relations
3 Economics--not capitalism or socialism--both are dominating.
4 Narratives and language
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