In this area recommended topics from the Resources section are highlighted. This list contains articles from the "Resource Highlights" section which used to be displayed on the left and right menu of the website but have now been replaced by newer recommendations.
Childhood Under Siege
Joel Bakan is Professor of Law. In this podcast he elaborates on how US laws define a corporation as a person and that most corporations would qualify as a psychopath according to the criteria psychiatrists use for a person. He also talks about children as a target for marketing. Listening recommended !
What You've Been Missing
This documentary explores how the population has been coerced into outsourcing their decision making. By identifying the logical fallacies we are bombarded with by the mass media on a daily basis, we are able to break out of this mental box. A thought-provoking piece of information.
Zeitgeist : Moving Forward
This documentary starts out with taking a close look at human nature and how we are shaped by our childhood experience and social environment. It continues analyzing social pathology : Since abstractions like GDP measure success in the system, more sick people have become a good thing due to creating health care cost.
Shadow & Transformation
Mary-Jayne Rust is a Jungian analyst and therapist. In this lecture she takes a look our personal and cultural shadow and how a global crisis has the potential to cause a transformation of the human self-image.
Link to lecture in the Resource section
The American Dream
The American Dream is a 30 minute documentary disguised as an animated comedy film but it gives the viewer an excellent overview of the history of money and the American Federal Reserve System.
Associate professor Robert Kurzban shows in his 17-minute lecture how ignorance can benefit humans in social interactions and how we are blind to our own hypocrisy but are very good at spotting it in others
Klaus Dona has traveled the world in search of unique and unexplained archaeological artifacts which do not fit the contemporary timeline of history. Giant bones, crystal skulls, carvings and sculptures, Klaus presents them on camera in this interview.
This 52-minute documentary explores the flaws in the global system, covering finance, politics, global corporations, propaganda in the media and many other topics. A compressed summary worth watching
Link to documentary in the Resource section
National Security Alert
National Security Alert is a documentary in which eye witnesses from the 9/11 attack on the Pentagon are interviewed and their reports are compared to what officially happened. Police officers, government employees all saw something different than what we are told by the government.
What motivates us?
In this 10-minute lecture career analyst Dan Pink presents research results on motivation. He shows that a higher bonus does not lead to better results for cognitive tasks. What people seek in their work is meaning and purpose.
Mind & Matter
Martin Peniak is a PhD candidate at the University of Plymouth doing research in artificial intelligence. In his lecture he presents the latest scientific evidence for a connection between mind and matter.