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#35 “Domination systems prevent economic and human development.”

The Economic Value of Caring: We know that economic concepts from the past often show dangerous gaps. And we know those gaps are causing a lot of damage to our societies today. Nevertheless, our economists are clinging to obsolete theory and such theory still dominates our approaches to work, as well as social and societal advancement. Riane Eisler, the guest of my new podcast episode, has long argued that when starting to think about economics, our thinking must be complete – not littered with gaps. While old, incomplete concepts and theory have brought us to where we currently are, we will not be capable of solving the big problems of today by applying those very same concepts over and over again. There is good news, though, according to Riane Eisler: “The economy is a human creation. We can change it. And: Investment in caring for and educating people is the best investment a nation can make.” If you are ready to learn about Caring Economics, if you want to understand what economics have to do with caring for children and caring for our nature, then you will get food for thought in this podcast episode. Right after that, you might delve into one of Riane Eisler’s 12books, which include her classic bestseller The Chalice and the blade, and the award-winning Tomorrow’s children. A German book about her work is also available. A German podcast episode is coming soon.

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#34 “Pflege nicht verstanden. Wirtschaft auch nicht.”

Lückenhaft Wirtschaft gedacht. Am Beispiel Pflege oder sagen wir am Pflegenotstand wird sichtbar, was wir als Gesellschaft, was der Staat, was Politik verstanden haben und was noch nicht. Wir erkennen in welchen Mustern wir auf Problemlösungssuche gehen und wieso das so nicht funktionieren kann. Wenn wir glauben, Pflege betrifft nur Pflege, haben wir Wirtschaft nicht verstanden.

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