Activism 2.0

Author: William Dixon
Date: March 2011
Duration: 52mins
Subtitled: No
Description: William Dixon, who graduated in Sociology at Portsmouth, speaks and promotes more efficient forms of activism for the Movement, addressing the question of "What to do now?"

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An Intro. to a Resource-Based Economy

Author: Peter Joseph
Date: March 2011
Duration: 18 mins
Subtitled: No
Description: The aim of this presentation is to outline the basic line of reasoning leads us to this new economic model that is not based on the movement of money, but rather, the intelligent management of natural resources of the planet in order to address the necessities of the human population.

 

Arriving at a Resource Based Economy

Author: Peter Joseph
Date: March 2011
Duration: 57mins
Subtitled: No
Description: Part 1 - A Self Generating Model
Part 2 - Economic Components Defined
Part 3 - Objections and Projections
Part 4 - Transition / Movement

 

Common Objections, Observations, Responses

Author: Ben McLeish
Date: April 2010
Duration: 20mins
Subtitled: No
Description: This short lecture, addresses and portrays the comments, and answers common objections to the Zeitgeist Movement.

 

Futurists, Technology and Cultural Lag

Author: Ben McLeish
Date: March 2010
Duration: 40mins
Subtitled: No
Description: Lecture on futurists, the current state of technology and the culture lag holding us back from developing fully and equally as a global society.

 

Social Pathology

Author: Peter Joseph
Date: March 2010
Duration: 1h 44mins
Subtitled: No
Description: This lecture illustrates the effect generated by social inequality in health, happiness, crime, etc.. Describing a pathologic diagnosis of contemporary society.

 

The Future of Economics - A Perspective from TZM

Author: Ben McLeish
Date: June 2010
Duration: 1h 12mins
Subtitled: No
Description: Lecture on commodity, receipt and fractional (and by extension fiat) money by Ben McLeish of the Zeitgeist Movement. Covers automation, resource based economy, employment, technological unemployment, fractional reserve banking, and the media in the monetary system.

 

The Innovation War

Author: Ben McLeish
Date: March 2011
Duration: 44mins
Subtitled: No
Description:

This lecture focusses on the societal mechanisms that block innovation in the world. By way of multiple examples of this trend throughout history into the modern day, three main blocking mechanisms are presented.

The realisation of these blocks points to a very specific reorientation that needs to occur in global life in order to become truly innovative, truly sustainable and truly humane.

It is the shift towards a society founded upon the scientific method and technology applied for human concern and the environment which will resolve almost all the problems in the world - accepted on a global and individual level.

 

TZM Education

Author: James Phillips
Date: March 2011
Duration: 19mins
Subtitled: No
Description: In presentation, there are several points that support the concepts for a more relevant and effective education as outlined in the resource-based economic model approach and how the current system actually degrades the intellectual development of young people and therefore society.

 

Where are we going?

Author: Peter Joseph
Date: November 2009
Duration: 2h
Subtitled: No
Description: This lecture follows on "Where Are We Now?", Elaborating how can we solve our social problems. Introduces the concept of "Project Earth" outlining a systems approach to resource management.

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