In a recent interview, Fritjof Capra talked with Mitchell Rabin about his journey from writing The Tao of Physics to developing his new synthesis of life which is captured in its entirety in his latest book The Systems View of Life: A Unifying Vision, co-authored with Pier Luigi Luisi. The interview was wide-ranging and below are two key sections.
In the first part Fritjof discusses his early work, his early influences and how he came to write The Tao of Physics, a book which is still in print and which has sold more than one million copies.
In this second part, Fritjof discusses the roles which mind, consciousness, intuition and spirituality play within the systems view of life.
Fritjof is currently teaching the systems view of life via his on-line course, Capra Course. If you would like to explore the new systemic conception of life at the forefront of science and its application in economics, management, politics, design, medicine, and spirituality with Fritjof, registration is now open for the Fall 2017 edition which starts on 6th September. For more information please see www.capracourse.net.
The original full-length version of this interview can be listened to at A Better World.