30 January 2010

The Evolutionary Manifesto

Posted by Biophile under: Community News .

The Evolutionary Manifesto is an intentional attempt to promote the shift to conscious evolution and the evolutionary activism that will drive it.” (~ from their website)

John Stewart of “Evolution’s Arrow” fame has published his manifesto that clearly and succinctly presents evolution as the guiding force behind any real hope that our species has of navigating through the difficult waters of our contemporary existence. It is, quite simply, brilliant, and worthy of attention.

This short book is helping to promote a significant evolutionary shift in which increasing numbers of individuals are seeing themselves as having a conscious role in the future evolution of life on earth. The Manifesto demonstrates the potential of the worldview to provide meaning and purpose for human existence, and uses it to identify the actions that we need to take if humanity is to fulfill its potential to contribute positively to the future evolution of life in the universe. I can’t help wanting to spread this powerful little booklet around as widely as possible.

You can download “The Evolutionary Manifesto” as a .pdf by right-clicking HERE and choosing “save target as” or “save link as”.

Go forth and be inspired!

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