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A study of the evolution of government, economy and cultural institutions and how they interact with each other through history
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Introduction to Social Threefolding ( part one)

There are three global forces that shape the quality and direction of world today. These are government, business and...
Jun 13, 2009 by Edwin Ladaga - 1 comment

3 Kinds of Money

Lots of more info can be found on http://cfae.biz/catal og/index.php?cPath=22 but I must confess the idea is complex...
Jun 11, 2009 by Catherine Rayne - 1 comment

Exploring the realities of money

This event ties in nicely with the work of the study group. Thinking about how one might put the ideas of a three fold...
Jun 8, 2009 by Catherine Rayne - 1 comment

Relationship between state and individual freedom

Let me start this group by presenting a quote from Steiner when he was a student " The state cannot free man, only...
Jun 7, 2009 by Edwin Ladaga - 6 comments
 
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