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Exploring the realities of money

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By Catherine Rayne
Posted Jun 8, 2009 in Business
This event ties in nicely with the work of the study group. Thinking about how one might put the ideas of a three fold society into practise in a practical, living and undogmatic way in harmony with the realities of everyday life as we experience it. Should be an intellectually action packed day!
Mysterious Money
Between the fading past and the dawning future
An exploration of Rudolf Steiner's relationship to modern economic life
A one-day Workshop with Christopher Houghton Budd
Rudolf Steiner House, 35 Park Road, London, NW1 6XT
Christopher Houghton Budd, an economic historian with a doctorate in banking and international finance, has had a life-long interest in bridging between Rudolf Steiner?s work and current economic thinking.
For further details click here: Mysterious Money
Schedule
9:30 - 10:00
Money and the New Mysteries
Money is usually understood as a dry, technical affair; yet its origins are sacred. To this day, money links the inner and outer life of the human being, a characteristic which in our times needs to be placed in the foreground, not only so that monetary affairs can become 'soul size', but also so that the world of finance can be mastered by everyone.
11:00 - 12:30
Three Kinds of Money / Money as Accounting
With such ideas, Rudolf Steiner sought to make sense of today's economic developments. But how relevant are they to current circumstances?
13:30 - 15:30
Financial Markets Aspirations or Gambling?
Are the financial markets all bad? Could they in fact not exist? Or is the question to understand their deeper meaning and to link them to Rudolf Steiner?s concepts of gift money?
16:00 ? 18:00
The View from the City
What part does the City of London play in world economic affairs? And to what extent can Steiner?s work figure in the mix?
Details
Cost:
£25 (excl. meals)
Registration:
Please advise if you plan to attend
Contact:
Christopher Houghton Budd
01227 738207 chb@christopherhoughtonbudd.com

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