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  • Blessed Unrest How the Largest Movement in the World Came into Being and Why No One Saw It Coming
  • Paul Hawken
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FREE READ Ü Blessed Unrest How the Largest Movement in the World Came into Being and Why No One Saw It Coming Ovative strategies and centuries of hidden history A culmination of Hawken's many years of leadership in the environmental and social justice fields it will inspire all who despair of the world's fate and its conclusions will surprise even those within the movement itself. This book is about well I am not completely sure what Nominally it is about the movement which is the joint effect of the various diverse and dispersed environmental and social justice groups throughout the world However the book tends to ramble all over so it is hard to get a point from the book beyond these groups exist they encompass lots of people and they are a source of hope even as things seem grimSo the book gets only an okay from me for being rambly but it does have lots of inspiring uotes The movement as Hawken calls it is very diverse and throughout the book Hawken discusses why this is a healthy tendency Many of the inspiring uotes have to do with the nature and importance of diverse dispersed decision making I have included my favorites belowBottom of page 16Ecologists and biologists know that systems achieve stability and healthy through diversity non uniformity Ideologues take the opposite view I like this uote because it brings to the fore that not only does everyone have a right to their own opinion everyone having diverse opinions may very well make for a healthier system By drawing the parallel to ecological systems it makes one think about how uniform belief systems are susceptible to sudden massive failuresPage 21 22 he was one of the first to recognize the dispersed nature of knowledge and the effectiveness of localization and of combining individual understanding Since one person s knowledge can only represent a fragment of the totality of what is known wisdom can be achieved when people combine what they have learned viable social institutions had to evolve to confront the problems at hand rather than reflect theories at mind a remedy for the basic expression of the totalitarian impulse ensuring that information and the right to make decisions are co located To achieve this one can either move the information to the decision makers or move decision making rights to the information This uote emphasizes how top down decision making has a fatal flaw there is no way that the centralized decision maker can have all of the relevant information Further the centralized decision maker because they are often far from the scene the decision applies to may be applying rigid incorrect theories in their decision making Better decisions can be made if the power to make decisions is given to those who have the information to make decisions Having many informed groups make smaller localized decisions is likely to produce relevant resultsPage 131 You can try to determine the future or you can try to create conditions for a healthy future To do the former you must presume to know what the future should be To do the latter you learn to have faith in social outcomes in which citizens feel secure valued and honored Openness freedom and democracy reuire great trust and great humility They reuire the ability the admit that a dispersed and uncontrolled set of people may be right and the decision you would make may be wrong You also have to learn to trust that this decentralized process will come to decisions that are appropriatePage 132 Just as democracies reuire an informed and active citizenry to prevent abuse markets reuire constant tending to prevent them from being diverted or exploited A free market so lovely in theory is no feasible in practice than a society without laws Democracies can sustain freedom because their citizens and representatives continually adjust maintain and as necessary enforce standards rules and laws Markets are uneualed in providing feedback fostering innovation and allocating resources Market competition is ultimately a matter of financial capital those activities that most efficiently accrete and concentrate money gain market advantage those that don t are marginalized But there is no comparable competition to improve social or natural capital because markets for such commodities simply don t exist The only way those issues are dealt with is through legislation regulation citizen activity and consumer pressure Removing the laws and regulations that create market constraints leaves the body politic with very few means to promote economic democracy This uote is a good summary of why I do not believe the market alone is enough to make a good world The market is good at what it does It efficiently moves around money Certainly it might be even efficient at doing so if it were unregulated However the market does not efficiently deal with everything In particular what Hawkens calls social and natural capital This is not to say the market ignores such things but sometimes it needs a push to be reminded that money is not the most important thing there is What I like about this uote is that Hawkens acknowledges that the checks on the market can and should come from a variety of forcesPage 154 155 If you have children I don t see how you can fail to do everything in your power to ensure that you win your bet and that they and their grandchildren and their grandchildren s grandchildren will inherit a world whose perfection can never be accomplished by creatures whose imagination for perfecting it is limitless and freeHawkens uotes this from an article by Michael Chabon called The Omega Glory I like this uote because the attitude is not that we ought to save the planet for future generations but that our connection to future generations makes leaving a livable planet for them a desirable endPage 162 near the top Ideologies exclude openness diversity resiliency and multiplicity the very ualities that nourish life in any system be it ecosystem immune system or social system Ideas are living things they can be changed and adapted and can grow Ideas do not belong to anyone and reuire no approvalMore about the importance of letting ideas reflect reality rather than only accepting reality in so far as it conforms to your ideasPage 171 172By definition evolution produces creatures and systems that have the greatest ability to persist over time and resilience allows an organism to withstand the greatest range of disturbances This is as true for social systems as it is for environmental ones for governments and corporations as it is for fisheries and reefs The resilient a system the shocks and impacts it can withstand and still recover Conversely as systems lose diversity and thus functional redundancy they become vulnerable to disruption or collapse This uote promotes diversity in organizations as well as in ideas Having a variety of organizations makes the overall system stronger in the face of crises the recycling business is great when the environment gets weak Hawken sees diversity as one of the strengths of the movement People in the various organizations that make up this movement disagree on means so they are always trying different things making someone likely to find something that worksPage 179 The opposite of learning is a runaway system where mistakes are relegated to file cabinets and ignored When a government corporation 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Narottama Vilasa had to evolve to confront the problems at The Battle for the Beginning hand rather than reflect theories at mind a remedy for the basic expression of the totalitarian impulse ensuring that information and the right to make decisions are co located To achieve this one can either move the information to the decision makers or move decision making rights to the information This uote emphasizes First Aid for the USMLE Step 1 2018, 28th Edition how top down decision making Farrow & Ball How to Decorate has a fatal flaw there is no way that the centralized decision maker can There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves! have all of the relevant information Further the centralized decision maker because they are often far from the scene the decision applies to may be applying rigid incorrect theories in their decision making Better decisions can be made if the power to make decisions is given to those who L'encyclopédie des animaux healthy future To do the former you must presume to know what the future should be To do the latter you learn to Lonely Planet Grand Canyon National Park (Travel Guide) have faith in social outcomes in which citizens feel secure valued and Supercharge Power BI: Power BI Is Better When You Learn to Write DAX honored Openness freedom and democracy reuire great trust and great Black Cumin: The Magical Egyptian Herb for Allergies, Asthma, and Immune Disorders humility They reuire the ability the admit that a dispersed and uncontrolled set of people may be right and the decision you would make may be wrong You also Mögest Du glücklich sein:Entdecke dein Höheres Selbst und verbinde dich mit deiner inneren Kraft have to learn to trust that this decentralized process will come to decisions that are appropriatePage 132 Just as democracies reuire an informed and active citizenry to prevent abuse markets reuire constant tending to prevent them from being diverted or exploited A free market so lovely in theory is no feasible in practice than a society without laws Democracies can sustain freedom because their citizens and representatives continually adjust maintain and as necessary enforce standards rules and laws Markets are uneualed in providing feedback fostering innovation and allocating resources Market competition is ultimately a matter of financial capital those activities that most efficiently accrete and concentrate money gain market advantage those that don t are marginalized But there is no comparable competition to improve social or natural capital because markets for such commodities simply don t exist The only way those issues are dealt with is through legislation regulation citizen activity and consumer pressure Removing the laws and regulations that create market constraints leaves the body politic with very few means to promote economic democracy This uote is a good summary of why I do not believe the market alone is enough to make a good world The market is good at what it does It efficiently moves around money Certainly it might be even efficient at doing so if it were unregulated However the market does not efficiently deal with everything In particular what Hawkens calls social and natural capital This is not to say the market ignores such things but sometimes it needs a push to be reminded that money is not the most important thing there is What I like about this uote is that Hawkens acknowledges that the checks on the market can and should come from a variety of forcesPage 154 155 If you Les Messagers have children I don t see Thomas Jefferson (Great American Thinkers Series) how you can fail to do everything in your power to ensure that you win your bet and that they and their grandchildren and their grandchildren s grandchildren will inherit a world whose perfection can never be accomplished by creatures whose imagination for perfecting it is limitless and freeHawkens uotes this from an article by Michael Chabon called The Omega Glory I like this uote because the attitude 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FREE READ Ü Blessed Unrest How the Largest Movement in the World Came into Being and Why No One Saw It Coming The New York Times bestselling examination of the worldwide movement for social and environmental changePaul Hawken has spent than a decade researching organizations dedicated to restoring the environment and fostering social justice From billion dollar nonprofits to sing. Paul Hawken s new book entitled Blessed Unrest How the Largest Movement in the World Came into Being and Why No One Saw It Coming makes a simple argument in a straightforward fashion This makes the book infinitely readable than another book that makes a similar argument in incomprehensible poetic prose Multitude War and Democracy in the Age of Empire by Antonio Negri and Michael Hardt The only problem with the clarity of Hawken s argument is that it brings into full relief its deficienciesThe book begins by chronicling the rapid rise of the NGO both in sheer numbers and in political power Somehow this multitude of NGOs is part of The Movement heading toward a consistent vision of a better world Hawken makes an analogy to an immune system where thousands of different cells each do one tiny thing and together the whole system creates a collective property called immunity Another analogy which Hawken doesn t make would be the similarity to free market economies where thousands of firms each independently just try to make money but overall the system achieves efficiency The clear message of the book is that even if only a small percentage of NGOs achieve their goals they will help further The Movement In a sense this kind of argument is motivated by the desire of progressives to believe we can win in the absence of a single unifying ideology The principle problem with the argument is the fuzzy concept of a Movement The diversity of NGOs is staggering and I don t see any real coherent goal that they all share In fact many conservative NGOs which presumably express at least somewhat real desires by real people are working at cross purposes with liberal NGOsIt s much better to think of this explosion of NGOs as simply the birth of a global civil society Just as we don t expect consensus in a republic among all the elected representative since their constituents are too diverse neither should we expect consensus among NGOs There s a word for this explosion of NGOs and it s not Movement it s Democracy The Mindfulness and Acceptance Workbook for Depression, 2nd Edition: Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy to Move Through Depression and Create a Life Worth Living has spent than a decade researching organizations dedicated to restoring the environment and fostering social justice From billion dollar nonprofits to sing. Paul Hawken s new book entitled Blessed Unrest How the Largest Movement in the World Came into Being and Why No One Saw It Coming makes a simple argument in a straightforward fashion This makes the book infinitely readable than another book that makes a similar argument in incomprehensible poetic prose Multitude War and Democracy in the Age of Empire by Antonio Negri and Michael Hardt The only problem with the clarity of Hawken s argument is that it brings into full relief its deficienciesThe book begins by chronicling the rapid rise of the NGO both in sheer numbers and in political power Somehow this multitude of NGOs is part of The Movement Handmade Garden Projects: Step-by-Step Instructions for Creative Garden Features, Containers, Lighting and More heading toward a consistent vision of a better world Hawken makes an analogy to an immune system where thousands of different cells each do one tiny thing and together the whole system creates a collective property called immunity Another analogy which Hawken doesn t make would be the similarity to free market economies where thousands of firms each independently just try to make money but overall the system achieves efficiency The clear message of the book is that even if only a small percentage of NGOs achieve their goals they will Classic Cars Calendar 2018: 16 Month Calendar help further The Movement In a sense this kind of argument is motivated by the desire of progressives to believe we can win in the absence of a single unifying ideology The principle problem with the argument is the fuzzy concept of a Movement The diversity of NGOs is staggering and I don t see any real coherent goal that they all share In fact many conservative NGOs which presumably express at least somewhat real desires by real people are working at cross purposes with liberal NGOsIt s much better to think of this explosion of NGOs as simply the birth of a global civil society Just as we don t expect consensus in a republic among all the elected representative since their constituents are too diverse neither should we expect consensus among NGOs There s a word for this explosion of NGOs and it s not Movement it s Democracy


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