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The Zeitgeist Movement Defined

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by: TZM Lecture Team
Books with a 5 star rating  (1)
Publication Date: January 28, 2014
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 325
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White
ISBN: 9781495303197

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Book Synopsis
The Zeitgeist Movement Defined is the official, representative text of the global, non-profit sustainability advocacy organization known as The Zeitgeist Movement (TZM).
This tediously sourced and highly detailed work argues for a large-scale change in human culture, specifically in the context of economic practice. The dominant theme is that the current socioeconomic system governing the world at this time has severe structural flaws, born out of primitive economic and sociological assumptions originating in our early history, where the inherent severity of these flaws went largely unnoticed. However, in the early 21st century, these problems have risen prominently, taking the consequential form of increasing social destabilization and ongoing environmental collapse. Yet, this text is not simply about explaining such problems and their root causality - It is also about posing concrete solutions, coupled with a new perspective on social/environmental sustainability.
Customer Comments
Kevin Linsley
Posted: February 1, 2014
Customer comment 5 star rating
This book seems to be intended for those who enjoy history and science. In our modern age, technology has allowed man to do something never before seen. Global resource abundances, mechanized labor, and sustainable energies has already created a fork in the road for our species evolutionary path. One end will lead to a world at war with itself; with poverty, crime, and destabilization always on the horizon. The other end will lead to a world focusing on human/ecological needs rather than monetary profits and "self-interest" motives. The human race has gone through many economic models but the model presented by TZM opens up a new era of possibilities for positive human and environmental development on a global scale; this can be termed a Natural Law/Resource Based Economy. I highly encourage every person to become familiar with the knowledge this book has to offer, for it is important to understand nothing is constant except change itself.