Cable Partnership Page
Partnership is the name for a type of interpersonal linking discussed
by Riane Eisler in her books The Chalice and the Blade and Sacred
The Center for Partnership
Studies in Pacific Grove, California.
of Joy, my own work in progress; explores Partnership, media and
Other Partnership Web Links
Books Exploring Partnership, People, Cultures & Cultural Transformation
The Chalice and the
Blade by Riane Eisler; published by Harper
by Riane Eisler
The Partnership Way:
New Tools for Living and Learning by Riane Eisler
Children : A Blueprint for Partnership Education in the 21st Century
by Riane Eisler
by James Bailey; all media affect our thought processes, re-shaping ideas
- the building blocks of thought; electronic media are doing so again.
This book explores what thought will be like as the electronic media re-shape
The Alphabet Versus the
Goddess by Leonard Shlain. This book explores the connection between
the media of the alaphabet and printing and the history of religion and
culture. Very, very good.
The Man who Listens
to Horses by Monty Roberts
Monty learned how to non-violently start a horse, allowing a person
to ride a wild horse in 30 minutes. A deeply moving story.
+ Ones : Digital Women + the New Technoculture by Sadie Plant;
Beginning with Ada Lovelace, women have been involved with computing since
the beginning...highly recommended.
Start to Think by Neil Gershenfeld
Digital Nicholas Negroponte; how the digital form is changing the
way media work, the way we think about them, and the way they affect culture.
Essential McLuhan Edited by Eric McLuhan and Frank Zingrone
The Medium is the Massage by Marshall McLuhan and Quentin Fiore
and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance (William Morrow, publisher
Books, publisher) by Robert
an Inquiry into Morals by Robert Pirsig ISBN: 0-553-29961-1
Pirsig explores a metaphysics of Quality...
The Age of Spiritual
Machines by Ray Kurtzweil
Kurtzweil is a genius - an inventor and writer. He shows the
growth in computing power, and predicts that computers will have more computing
power than humans within the next 20 years. He doesn't see that technology
is necessarily an evil. He talks about the cultural transformation
that has taken place and will continue to take place as computing grows
in capability. One of the issues Kurtzweil talks about is the
way things seem to be going faster...
by James Gleick
Gleick is a very good science writer, and writes well for the general
public. He examines the history of time, and how it affects culture.
This effect of time is a significant issue in cultural transformtion, and
demonstrates how media or technology change the very way we think.
by Susan Faludi
Faludi explores that fact that, men, despite being the dominant dominator
gender (my words, not hers), suffer the effects of living in dominator
culture. This will help for Partnership education. I interpret
this book as a well-known feminist showing our culture that dominator behavior
benefits few people...including men.
The Soul at Work
the book, by Roger Lewin
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