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Literature and Resources for the ECourse "Today's Matriarchies"

Part 1

Part 2

  • Antje Olowaili, Schwester der Sonne. Ein Jahr in Kuna Yala ("Sister of the Sun. A Year in Kuna Yala")
    Note: available in German only

Part 3

  • Humberto Maturana,Gerda Verden-Zoller , The Origins of Humanness in the Biology of Love
    Note: The central concern of this book is us human beings. How is it that we can live in mutual care, have ethical concerns, and at the same time deny all that through the rational justification of aggression? One chapter deals with the emergence of patriarchy.

Part 4

Part 5

  • Rüdiger Haude/Thomas Wagner, Herrschaftsfreie Institutionen (1999) ("Institutions Without Rule" - in German only)

Part 6

Part 7




"Today's Matriarchies From the Newest View"

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Users asked:
I like the best definition of matriarchy as "nonviolent society". Is that precisely enough?
It is precise - think about it. If there is no violence at all, no physical violence, no violence in language, no violence to children (includes the violent education to obedience), no emotional violence by keeping back attention or tenderness, no violence to animals, humans or nature, no violence to oneself, like eating like crazy, abuse of drugs, alcohol ... and and and, you name it. Then there is matriarchal health. Precisely.

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