Academic Society on Visions of Ecozoic Era

We are one of the countless number of species that exist on our planet. However, we have forgotten our position in the universe as one of the many lifeforms that flourish one small planet in the infinite universe. Our audacity and ignorance has placed Earth in danger, and we have forgotten our precious dream that is the co-existence of all lifeforms.
This leads to the question, what kind of existence should we lead?
That is the answer we are searching for.

The Academic Society on Visions of Ecozoic Era aims to place into perspective the origin of humanity and context of human existence, and to realize the Ecozoic Era in which the all lifeforms on Earth co-exist on the planet in harmony. It seeks alternatives for future society models and principles through integral approaches to science and humanities. Consisted of scholars of humanities, sociology and other various fields, it holds monthly book seminars and special lectures by experts from related fields.

Additional Information
The 8th Post-human and Religion Forum
  • 2018-12-04
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The 8th Post-human and Religion Forum was held on Monday March 26th, 2018 at Kyungdong Presbyterian Church in Seoul. Kumsil Kang, Executive Director of People for Earth, Kiwon Song, Director of Academic Society on Visions of Ecozoic Era of People for Earth, Professor Kyung-min Lee and Sung-wook Hong of Seoul National University participated and talked about “The Liberation of Life: From the Cell to the Community” written by John B. Cobb and Charles Birch. The recorded transcript was completed by SNU-HU Post-Human Research Project’s Archive Team. 

The file is available only in Korean.