- Adelina Bastos Rennó

- Adriana Luísa Brust Peixoto Machado

- Alec Oxenford

- Ana Maria Diniz

- Ashok K. Gangadean (+ contribution)

- Birgit Mehdorn

- Daniel Joseph Mezick

- Diego Cassinera

- Emily Ostbo



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- Mira Joy Vivant

- Neelesh Marik (+ contribution)

- Paulo Engelke

> Rafael Steinhauser

- Shona D. Bellew (+ contribution)

- Silvia Helena Lacaze

- Stefan Richter

- Troy Camplin (+ contribution)

- Walter Behr (+ contribution)

> Yasuhiko Genku Kimura (+ contribution)


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Berlin Future Forum


2016: From Multicultural Conflict to Transcultural Coherence


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Rafael Steinhauser is a corporate business leader and professional actor. He was born in Argentina, graduated in aerospace engineering (in Germany) and performing arts (in Brazil). Rafael has more than 30 years of sales and executive leadership experience in the high-tech and telecommunications industries in Europe and Latin America, and is currently working as President of Qualcomm for Latin America. As an actor, he performed in many theater plays and movies in Brazil, Spain and Mexico. He is a member of the Companhia da Memória, co-founder of the Centro Internacional de Teatro CIT-Ecum and director of institutional relations of the Mostra Internacional de Teatro de São Paulo MITsp.


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Yasuhiko Genku Kimura is a philosopher, former Zen Buddhist priest, corporate consultant and advisor to leaders in business, science and cultural organizations. He is as well a teacher of philosophies of the East and the West, creator and leader of transformational programs, lecturer, researcher of cosmology and consciousness studies, social systems theorist, and translator of ancient Japanese and Chinese scriptures. Yasuhiko has authored five books and over one hundred essays, papers, and articles. Yasuhiko is the founder and director of Vision-In-Action, LLC, an innovative social, corporate and business consultancy committed to developing and implementing creative and transformative approaches to the problems and challenges facing individuals, corporations and humanity at large, with the mission to craft new paradigms and realize novel solutions and new developmental pathways for the world. Previously, Yasuhiko served as the Executive Director of The Twilight Club, originally established in the late 19th century, now a venerable American tradition, by Herbert Spencer, Ralph Emerson, Walt Whitman, Mark Twain, Andrew Carnegie and others, succeeded in the 20th century by the likes of Thomas Watson, Sr., Walter Russell and Alexis Carrel for the purpose of ethical uplifting of the world through the enrichment of culture.                              . Vision-In-Action’s website: VIA-VisionInAction.org . See HERE Yasuhiko's three reference papers to this year's theme.

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The BFF 2016 participants


Adelina (Maria Adelina) Bastos Rennó has a Masters and Ph. D in psychology from the Psychology Institute of São Paulo University and works as a clinical psychotherapist, music therapist (for voices) and is voluntary professor at the Santa Casa College of Medical Science in São Paulo. Adelina is also director of the board of the International Federation of Anthroposophical Psychotherapy / Psychology Associations. In 2009, at the Regional Council of Psychology (SP), she joined a workgroup called "Non Egemonic Epistemology and Dialogue with Traditional Knowledge" which aims to discuss and enlarge the paradygm of academic psychology. Adelina is the proud mother of two, and grandmother of four.


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Adriana Luísa Brust Peixoto Machado was born in Brazil, in the city of Niteroi, state of Rio de Janeiro. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from the University of Brasília, UNB (1991). Adriana started her career as a Research Assistant working on projects from the Institute of Applied Economic Research (IPEA), Institute of Political Studies (IDESP), and the Ford Foundation. She worked as a UNDP Consultant at the Secretariat of Strategic Affairs of Presidency of the Republic, and as a Political Advisor at the United States of America Embassy in Brasília. From 2001 to 2007, she worked for the American Chamber of Commerce for Brazil in São Paulo (Amcham), where she occupied several positions, the last one being Strategic Affairs Director, in which she was responsible for the government relations and international relations areas, the Arbitration Center and the Brasília office. From 2007 to 2009, she acted as Government Relations Director for Intel Semicondutores do Brasil. Adriana joined GE in July 2009 as Government Affairs Director for GE in Brazil. In December 2011, she became the first woman in the history of GE in Brazil to represent the company’s business as President & CEO. From August 2013 to July 2015, she acted as Vice President for Government Affairs & Policy for GE in Latin America. In 2013, Adriana received the LIDE Entrepreneurship Award as “Entrepreneur Woman of the Year”. In October 2014, she received a very prestigious award from the Brazilian Air Force called “Ordem do Mérito Aeronáutico”. From 2014 to 2015, she served in the Advisory Board of Junior Achievement Brazil, and, from 2012 to 2015, acted as a leader at the National Confederation of Industry’s (CNI) Business Mobilization for Innovation (MEI). One of the founding members of Midas, a group formed by women in government affairs, Adriana also informally collaborates with Mujeres Del Pacifico. Adriana is married, has two children, and is currently taking a sabbatical period.


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Alec Oxenford is an Argentinian serial entrepreneur focused on the Internet space. In January 2015, he launched “letgo” – a p2p classifieds app targeting the USA and Europe. In March 2006, Alec also co-founded OLX.com with business partner Fabrice Grinda. He leads both companies from Buenos Aires, N. Y. and Barcelona. With over 200 million monthly unique users, OLX is the #1 online classifieds player in Brazil, in India and several other emerging markets in Asia, Latin America and Africa. Prior to OLX, in 1999, Alec co-founded DeRemate.com which was sold to eBay in 2005. In 2003, he also co-founded DineroMail.com. Before becoming an entrepreneur, Alec worked as a business consultant for BCG in Europe and Latin America. Proud father of Sophia (15) and Agustin (13), Alec is president of ArteBA Foundation in Buenos Aires and is an avid contemporary arts collector. He was elected Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum and graduated with an MBA with distinction from Harvard Business School (1997).


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Ana Maria Diniz is a founding partner of Sykue Bionergya, a company that generates renewable energy from biomass; she is also a board member of Peninsula Investments. For seventeen years, Ana worked for her family owned company, Grupo Pão de Açúcar, occupying various positions such as H.R. and Marketing, until she reached the vice-presidency in 2001. She is one of the founders of Todos Pela Educação, a public-private partnership aimed at improving the quality of basic education in Brazil. Ana Maria is also a board member of Parceiros da Educação, an NGO that encourages business people and companies to adopt public schools. The program has already benefited ten schools and more than 150,000 students in ten years of activity. Ana is the Chairman of the Board of Peninsula Institute, the social arm of her family business. Since 2010, Peninsula Institute is the maintainer of the Singularidades Institute, a teachers’ college located in São Paulo which promotes teachers’ training focused on classroom practice. Ana has degrees from Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado (FAAP) in business administration and from Harvard Business School in the Owner / President Management course.


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Ashok K. Gangadean is a world renowned ((global philosopher)), author and spiritual activist. He is the Margaret Gest Professor of Global Philosophy at Haverford College (USA) where he has taught for the past forty-eight years. He is author of several books, including Meditations of Global First Philosophy: Quest for the Missing Code of Logos and the audio book Awakening The Global Mind: A New Philosophy for Healing Ourselves and Our World (with Sounds True). Ashok is also the Founder-Director of the ((Global Dialogue Institute)) which introduced the Seven Stages of Deep Dialogue – innovative technology of Deep Dialogue between worlds in the art of being an awakened Human. Ashok’s current book – Awakening Global Enlightenment: The Maturation of our Species – reaches out to the widest possible global audience and is also being drafted as a potential feature movie script revealing the “greatest ((story)) never told” – quest for the missing Source Code of codes. Ashok’s lifework and its ((Acti-Vision)) seeks to deepen real ((integral transformations)) in the Life of our Human Family. He has demonstrated that when we humans are “de-((Sourced))” we suffer wide ranging pathologies and dysfunctions. And our greatest challenge now in to make our crossing into ((Source Life)). This is the consensus of the ((Wisdom)) of the Ages. ((Enlightenment)) is gaining ((Source Code Vision)) and this ((Source Vision)) is the Maturation of our ((Species)). Websites: Awakening Mind and Global Dialogue Institute. Read HERE Ashok's 41 pages contribution paper to this year's theme. See HERE the 52 minutes video "Ashok on ((Enlightenment)) and The Brain", a good supplement to his contribution paper.


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Birgit Mehdorn is a judge at the Higher Social Court of Berlin and Brandenburg since 2005, where she is primarily concerned with jurisdiction in the field of social welfare and basic security for jobseekers. Formerly, Birgit was a judge at the Berlin Administrative Court (more than ten years), and legal adviser in the public law department of the Ministry of Justice Berlin (two years). She lives in Berlin, has three adult sons and is legal guardian of an unattended minor refugee from Syria.


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Daniel Joseph Mezick is an expert on extending adaptive Agile culture beyond software. His books and workshops teach you how. He has coached executives and teams since 2006. A  frequent speaker at industry conferences, Daniel’s list of clients include Capital One, INTUIT, CIGNA, SIEMENS Healthcare, Pitney Bowes, Harvard University, and dozens of smaller enterprises. His first pioneering work on culture was published in 2012. THE CULTURE GAME described 16 specific patterns that extend Agile ideas across the organization, beyond software. THE CULTURE GAME describes a very clear, step-by-step program for doing exactly that. In 2014 he built upon THE CULTURE GAME patterns and formulated the OpenSpace Agility method. OpenSpace Agility is a flexible template for enabling lasting change in your organization. Daniel is the primary author of the OPEN SPACE AGILITY HANDBOOK with co-authors Louise Kold-Taylor, Deb Pontes, Mark Sheffield and Harold Shinsato. Daniel’s enterprise consulting practice is built upon the core concepts found inside these books. Daniel conducts workshops based on these books, and also offers enterprise Agile coaching, Agile training programs for teams, and management consulting. You can learn more and contact Daniel at DanielMezick.com.


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Diego Cassinera is a mathematician and computer scientist. A native of Argentina, Diego holds a Ph. D. in computer science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. After teaching at MIT, he entered the business world and worked as a Software Developer at Apple then Oracle, was a Research Manager at MercadoLibre.com, and, since 2008, he is the Senior Vice-President of Architecture at OLX Group. His abiding interests are technologies and the transformation of the education system.


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Emily Ostbo from Triad is the media person during the Berlin Future Forum.


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François Bruley discovered world cultures, architectures and creativities through his various engineering assignments around the planet. Now, he has launched a « Cultural Project » called the IWF – International Water Foundation – to cast a fresh look at global water issues: the premise is to be informed from multiple perspectives and the objective is to create effective solutions that have never been tried before (including sharing a world database with the public, ecological desalination research, etc.), contributing as such to “thrivability”! Website.


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Hans-Martin Weiss is the commercial director of TRIAD Berlin and also privately an enthusiast of the Berlin Future Forum. He has more than twenty years of experience in founding and managing new businesses, startups, and leading takeovers and turnarounds to success. He occupied top management positions in the renewable energies, the hydraulics and the aluminum industries. Formerly a consultant with BCG and McKinsey & Company, he holds degrees in business (BBA, MBA [IMD]), an MPhil (MSM) in social sciences, and graduated from the AMP (174) program at Harvard Business School. As a Navy Captain (reserve), he was lecturing at the staff college of the German forces in the field of conflict resolution, climate change and failing states, which he considers interlinked and desperately needing new solutions. He currently serves as a supervisory board member of Greenpeace Germany, where he provides his experience helping to advance the protection of the environment and mankind.


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Jonathan Mozenter is a consultant, coach, and educator. His work focuses on helping organizations and individuals manage positive change. Jonathan helps clients to understand where they’re at, identify current challenges, then build and implement plans to help realize their life vision. Professionally, he has been working with people for more than 20 years in both private and public sectors. His natural instinct for synthesizing ideas and inspiring growth has been employed in coaching executives, helping organizations redesign their structure, working with young people, publishing articles, evaluating programs, designing and delivering training materials, and evolving powerful long-term strategies. Currently, Jonathan is on a long-term change management project called Compliance Safety Accountability that is helping the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) redesign their enforcement agency to be more efficient and effective. Jonathan's formal education is in psychology, organizational behavior, change management, and business. He has a BSBA and MBA from Boston University. His family background is in social work, which helped cultivate from an early age a strong psychological approach to problem solving. He has complimented his formal training with knowledge in Integral Theory, philosophy, and consciousness, to help craft a profoundly effective approach to mastering change. This includes completing Core Integrals Essential Integral and Advanced Integral courses, and training in Tibetan Mahamudra and Dzogchen meditation. Jonathan has published articles in professional journals on identifying trends in organizational development and leadership skills needed to build a learning organization. Jonathan also collaborates with fellow advocates in interrelated fields to help transcend the world’s crisis state. He is devoted to sharing his knowledge and methods with all those committed to helping create stronger, wiser, and more abundant communities.


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Jordi Castello is a Catalan serial entrepreneur and multi-frontier explorer focused on the vast potential of digital space. Jordi co-founded emagister.com and mundoanuncio.com, then, in October of 2006, he joined OLX.com. More recently, in January 2015, with his fellow entrepreneur Alec Oxenford, Jordi launched “letgo” – a p2p classified app targeting the US and Europe. For the last twelve years, Jordi and his wife Noelia have lived in Boston, Buenos Aires, and Singapore; they have two sons, Alein and Noah. Jordi’s abiding passions are the development of a new kind of education system, as well as the development of a new structure for society. Jordi has a Masters degree from ESADE Business School and a post-MBA from MIT.


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José Guimarães Monforte is a partner at Emax Consulting. He is an economist and spent forty five years as an executive in financial and capital markets. Since 2009, he has been involved with Corporate Governance, participated in sixteen boards, and chaired the board of the Brazilian Institute of Corporate Governance for four years. Today, he participates in boards of several institutions that deal both with social issues as well as the development of the economy and the capital markets of Brazil.


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Lea Mirbach, as a scenographer, understands three-dimensional space as a tool for story-telling. She has been working in different spatial communication agencies developing creative ideas and visualizing practical solutions, including art installations, brand spaces (trade fairs, exhibitions), or social experiences (events, conferences, workshops). She completed her B.A. in Spatial Strategies at the Muthesius Art School in Kiel, then got her Master’s degree in Interior Architecture & Spatial Communication Design at the University of Applied Sciences in Mainz. Lea also spent two years working and studying in Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico. As a student, she received design awards for the group work resonate, an interactive sound-light installation at the 2012 Luminale in Frankfurt-am-Main, as well as for Sound Art at the 2013 ZKM Exhibition in Karlsruhe. Lea now lives in Berlin and works as a freelance Interior Architect and Concept Designer.


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Luciana Ferreira Leite Pinto is a lawyer in Brazil. After more than twenty years working as a public prosecutor, she has lately dedicated part of her time to run a family forest lodge whose offering is an immersion in Nature for people to gather, reflect, envision and celebrate a better future. She lives in the Itatiaia National Park with her husband and ten-year old daughter Helena.


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Lutz Engelke, founder of TRIAD Berlin, traverses the border between science and art. An Alumnus of both Freie Universität Berlin and Cornell University New York, his academic studies in literature, psychology, film, and journalism equip him with a strong multi-disciplinary perspective. “Dare to imagine more” represents the maxim that drives the team at TRIAD Berlin. With offices in Berlin and Shanghai, the company is bringing together over two hundred employees from different professions, age groups and cultural backgrounds. TRIAD Berlin has been producing award-winning designs and inspiring conceptual experiences since its inception in 1994. Lutz Engelke is honorary professor at FH Potsdam Department of Design, cofounder of the CREATE BERLIN Initiative, member of Art Director’s Club Germany as well as cofounder and partner of DenkBank. EXPLORE-PLAY-TRANSFORM are the pillars of his signature creative philosophy.


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Mark Frazier is president of Openworld, a US-based nonprofit volunteer and consulting group that specializes in market-based learning and asset-awakening policy reform projects. Mark has worked in more than 50 countries on community revitalization, technology-enabled learning and workforce development, and free economic zone initiatives for a range of clients, including municipalities, corporations, foundations, and international organizations. Early in his career, Mark served as publisher and managing editor of Reason magazine, as well as cofounder of Reason's affiliated research group on new tax-saving approaches to infrastructure and service delivery. He subsequently directed the Sabre Foundation’s Earthport project, a global initiative backed by Arthur C. Clarke and Buckminster Fuller, to establish a free economic zone near the equator as a launch point for commercial space ventures. Mark’s work currently focuses on opportunities for peer learning networks and digital philanthropy to reach people in areas constrained by failed and failing state institutions. Over the years, his articles have appeared in Vision in Action, Policy Review, the Freeman, Reason Magazine, Reader’s Digest, and the IEA's Journal of Economic Affairs. A graduate of Harvard University, Mark’s other consuming passions include kayaking, reading science fiction, flying, and researching Hanseatic League. Read HERE Mark's contribution paper to this year's theme.


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Mira Joy Vivant was born in Serbia (ex-Yugoslavia), worked as a marketing executive for several international companies and lived in different countries in Europe before leaving the corporate world and moving to the USA. She is a passionate proponent of the philosophy that every human being has not only the right, but also the responsibility to pursue and attain the highest fulfillment of his or her dreams and visions. Her work is dedicated to empowering people to create and live a purposeful, meaningful and playful life. She has a transcultural perspective and insight into the fundamental workings of humanity and has developed a unique philosophy she terms “Joyology” — the art and science of living a truly joyful life. As a future trend researcher, she inquired into esoteric truths and other dimensional existence through personal experience as well as philosophical and scientific study in cosmology and life in the rest of the universe. She is the Founder of Vivant Joyology Institute, as well as the Vice President of Vision­ In ­Action, LLC, an organization dedicated to the transformation of humanity and the world through the evolution of human consciousness and the creation of a new omnicentric societal architecture.


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Neelesh Marik has had over 23 years work experience in blue-chip as well as start-up companies. These have covered a wide array of consumer, industrial, consulting, technology, IT/ ITES businesses, across Asia, Europe, America and Australia. He has helped enterprises re-think and re-model market facing processes to unlock value for their customers and themselves, using the power of technology. More recently Neelesh co-founded a ‘Content and Collaboration solutions’ company, for which he figured in a Microsoft sponsored study on ‘UK’s hidden innovators’; he also serves as Director of a SaaS company. He has taken active mentorship roles with budding entrepreneurs, and offers guest lectures in Business Schools on subjects such as Creativity and Leadership, Technology and Society, Complexity Thinking, and Organizational Dynamics. Neelesh is an explorer of the human potential space where behaviour, systems, culture and consciousness affect personal growth and creative novelty. Read HERE Neelesh's contribution paper to this year's theme.


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Paulo Engelke


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Shona D. Bellew was born in New Delhi, India, grew up in Cape Town, South Africa, in Zimbabwe, and in London, in the British aristocratic environment. What remains constant in her life is her “Portal Drawings” that are channeled. Those highly original creations and drawings bring into visible expression the quantum fields of the Universe in its multidimensionality, and create new patterns, codes, and matrices of consciousness for future humanity. Shona also works as a spiritual consultant and educator. Formerly, she was a corporate management consultant in the U. K. and the U. S. Her deep and captivating work is centered around the whole brain learning (balancing the right and the left hemispheres), intuitive leadership, and personal empowerment for creating superlative results. In addition, she has been involved in creating sustainable communities and systems in the U. S. and the U. K., as well as a cutting-edge school in England to provide children with alternative education. See HERE Shona's contribution drawings to this year's theme.


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Silvia Helena Lacaze is an independent consultant focused on Identity and Dynamics Human Development. She graduated in Business Administration from Mackenzie University with a specialization in Marketing and, in a post-graduate program, in Technology, Arts and Communication from the Belas Artes Faculty in São Paulo. Silvia certified as a coach with the ICF, and qualified in Conflicts Facilitation with Trigon. She is a participant in a Proteus executive program at the London Business School. For medium and large companies, Silvia acts as a facilitator in familiar organizational development processes, opening up new decision-making environments, as well as the development of future leadership. She was one of the founders, manager and leader of the Adigo Program for the Development of Heirs and Successors during three years. While managing partner at Pragma Patrimônio (2007 to 2012), Silvia focused on the organization of corporate and family governance plus the structuring of service platforms for family offices. From 2004 to 2007, as a member of the Instituto EcoSocial and in partnership with the ADIGO Consultoria, she coordinated and elaborated the leadership development program at ABN Amro Bank and Grupo Votorantim. Prior to this, Sylvia undertook an executive career in marketing, commercial and new business areas for ten years in large national and multinational corporations such as Citibank, Brahma, Pepsico and Accor.


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Stefan Richter has been with Triad Berlin since 2000 in concept and strategic business development. Projects for Deutsche Börse AG, Toyota Europe, Bertelsmann AG, bpb, Hilti, Springer AG, Deutsche Bank, M:AI, IBA Hamburg, create berlin, Expo Shanghai, Carbon War Room, Mercedes, etc. He studied German literature and language, philosophy and art history in Jena, Germany. He worked as managing editor in various publishing houses: Reclam Verlag Leipzig, Remmert&Richter art edition, Verlag der Kunst, Dresden, Berlin, Wien. He also worked for two years as correspondent in New York City, and was Visiting Professor for History at the University of Chicago.


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Troy Camplin is an interdisciplinary scholar, polymath, poet, and playwright. He has a B.A. from Western Kentucky University in recombinant gene technology, and he did two years of graduate work in molecular biology before becoming frustrated with getting the artificial neural net he needed to do the bioinformatics project he had planned to do for his thesis. Deciding to become a fiction writer, he then went on to get a M.A. from the University of Southern Mississippi in English with a concentration in creative writing and a Ph.D. from UT-Dallas in the Humanities. His dissertation was titled Evolutionary Aesthetics and used evolutionary theory, spontaneous order theory, game theory, information theory, and J.T. Fraser's philosophy of time to explain the origins of the arts, with a particular focus on literature. With this background, naturally most of Camplin's scholarly work involves spontaneous order theory. Camplin is a poet and a playwright, he has a philosophy book titled Diaphysics, in which he synthesizes Spiral Dynamics with the philosophy of J.T. Fraser, and he has published on spontaneous orders and morals, spontaneous orders and the arts, theaters as institutions in overlapping spontaneous orders, technology as a spontaneous order, the brain as a spontaneous order, the varieties of spontaneous orders, Basic Income Guarantee from an Austrian economics perspective, and various book reviews. His poetry tends to be formalist verse and his plays tend to be in verse—blank verse or heroic couplets more often than not. He maintains several blogs (click links to visit): Interdisciplinary World , Poetry , Autism , Austrian Economics and Literature , Evolution and Literature , Evolutionary Aesthetics (dissertation), Spontaneous Orders , and Camplin Creative Consulting . Troy Camplin has been married to Anna for ten years and they have three children together: Melina is 9, Daniel (who has autism) is 6, and Dylan is 4. Read HERE Troy's contrirbution paper to this year's theme.


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Walter Behr is an environmental analyst at the Brazilian Environmental Institute (ICMBio), with a degree in business administration. Before joining the government, he worked for Greenpeace and was a co-founder of the Brazilian environmental NGO Pró Bocaina. Subsequently, he spent ten years managing Federal Protected Areas in the Amazon and in the Atlantic Rainforest. From 2005 until 2012, he was the manager of Itatiaia National Park, the first national park created in Brazil. His most recent efforts are focused on applying new and sustainable alternatives to managing Protected Areas that simultaneously protect forests and biodiversity and improve the livelihoods of people living in and around the protected areas. Read HERE Walter's contrirbution paper to this year's theme.

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- François Bruley

- Hans-Martin Weiss

- Jonathan Mozenter

- Jordi Castello

- José Guimarães Monforte

- Lea Mirbach

- Luciana Ferreira Leite Pinto

- Lutz Engelke

- Mark Frazier (+ contribution)



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“Humanity is a product of evolution and cosmological processes

but not their goal, and hence has no special privilege.

The earth and the life on it should be looked at as the

commonwealth of life—as the result of biological and cosmic evolution,

not something made for humanity to use as we see fit..”

― P.Brown, G.Garver, K.Helmuth, R.Howel

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