11th International Forum on Ecological Civilization

It is no secret that both China and the world are facing many disturbing problems today. We are heading toward ecological catastrophes. Finding an alternative to the current form of modernization has become an urgent issue. What are the root causes of the current crisis? What are the philosophical, political, economic, and cultural foundations of this crisis? How do we step out of this predicament and avoid the destruction of the earth? Are there alternatives to modern Western civilization that underlies the modern period? Is a new civilization—an ecological civilization possible?

Call for Papers: Whitehead Psychology Nexus Workshops

The Whitehead Psychology Nexus Workshops were launched in 2002 in  
Fontarèches. This Easter, we will celebrate the 15th anniversary of  
these inter- and trans-disciplinary meetings and it seems appropriate  
to publish a collection on that occasion.

We seek to gather two types of provocative communications: on the one  
hand, philosophical discussions of the present state of affairs in  
psychology lato sensu (papers on process thought as it appears to  

New Book by Elizabeth Woodworth and David Ray Griffin

Unprecedented Climate Mobilization:
A Handbook for Citizens and their Governments


“The climate emergency is unprecedented so we don’t have well-proven protocols for handling it. We owe Woodworth and Griffin a debt of gratitude for being the first to step in with their Handbook to fill the gaping ‘how to’ gap. . . .”—Philip Sutton, co-author of Climate Code Red

The “great professor’s” blind spot

By Douglas Todd (Reprinted from the Vancouver Sun)


There is no God in heaven
There is no hell below.
So says the great professor
Of all there is to know.

— Leonard Cohen


Leonard Cohen is onto something about secular higher education.