The Future As Transformation with Willis Harman

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A provocative and penetrating analysis of what's going on in the world, with a social scientist/engineer/futurist who plainly feels we're in the midst of a planetary metamorphosis of monumental proportion. From Plato's "philosopher/king" principle to Toffler's "Third Wave" vision, Harman takes us on a wondrous journey where the problem becomes the opportunity and the crisis is the signal for epic change. Every caterpillar who wishes to become a butterfly needs to listen to this one. 

Willis Harman (1918-1997) was president of the Institute for Noetic Sciences, a senior social scientist at SRI International, and a member of the Board of Regents of the University of California. 

Willis Harman is the author of:

  • An Incomplete Guide to the Future (Stanford 1976),
  • Creative Work (co-author with John Horman) (Knowledge Systems 1990),
  • Biology Revisioned ( co-author with Elizabet Sahtouris) (North Atlantic Books 1998
  • Global Mind Change (1998 Warner Books)

Host: Michael Toms         Interview Date: 7/5/81 Program Number: 1608