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Pachamama Monthly Gathering: Meet Evolutionary Theorist, Activist and Author John Stewart

Tuesday, September 13, 2011
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Event Type:
Pachamama Alliance
Location Details:
Pena Pachamama Gathering
1630 Powell Street
San Francisco, CA 94133

Join us for a dialogue with evolutionary theorist John Stewart!

Visiting us from Australia, John uses a science-based understanding of the trajectory of evolution to identify how humanity must evolve if we are to continue to succeed in evolutionary terms.

He has summarized his approach in The Evolutionary Manifesto, which discusses what humanity will need to intentionally advance the evolutionary process on Earth if it is to participate positively in the future evolution of life in the universe.

Agenda for the evening:

1. 7:00pm: We will start with a brief update and introduction to The Pachamama Alliance.
2. 8:00-9:00pm: John Stewart's presentation.

But come early! Our venue, Peña Pachamama, is a South American restaurant and they'll be happy to serve all organic goodies for you starting at 6:00pm.

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More about John Stewart and this talk:

John is a core member of the Evolution, Complexity and Cognition Research Group of the Free University of Brussels and is author of the internationally acclaimed book Evolution’s Arrow: the Direction of Evolution and the Future of Humanity.

In his Evolutionary Manifesto, he talks about a cooperative and sustainable global society and the work involved in further developing our consciousness and cognition.

His main focus has been on the trajectory of evolution. His work on the directionality of evolution and its implications for humanity has been published in a number of international science journals. His papers have discussed the potential for humans to enhance their psychological capacities through the future evolution of consciousness.

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We look forward to seeing you soon!
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