Societal Appreciative Inquiry

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Societal Appreciative Inquiry

  1. 1. Prologue Egmond
  2. 2. On a dark desert highway, cool wind in my hair
Warm smell of colitas, rising up through the air
  3. 3. Up ahead in the distance, I saw a shimmering light
My head grew heavy and my sight grew dim
I had to stop for the night
  4. 4. Welcome to the hotel California
Such a lovely place
Such a lovely face

  5. 5. Welcome to the hotel California
Such a lovely place
Such a lovely face

  6. 6. Mirrors on the ceiling,
the pink champagne on ice
And she said �we are all justprisoners here, of our own device�
And in the masters chambers,
they gathered for the feast.
They stab it with their steely knives,
but they just can’t kill the beast


  7. 7. Mirrors on the ceiling,
the pink champagne on ice
And she said �we are all justprisoners here, of our own device�
And in the masters chambers,
they gathered for the feast.
They stab it with their steely knives,
but they just can’t kill the beast


  8. 8. Last thing I remember, I was
running for the door
I had to find the passage back
to the place I was before
Relax,� said the night man,
we are programmed to receive.
You can checkout any time you like,
But you can never leave!
  9. 9. Societal Appreciative Inquiryrethinking human dignity and sustainability for re-inventing societyKlaas van Egmond Utrecht University
  10. 10. Collapse
  11. 11. ImplicitDemocracy societal ends Economic growth GNP Economic system Financial system
  12. 12. Societal EndsValuesEconomic system‘Capabilities’Financial system
  13. 13. Idealistic Giving religeous security Caring the other feminine thinking conservative Engaged ConservativesUniformity Diversitythe Other Balanced Pluriformitybig world Cosmopolitans I Small worldprogressive Hedonists doing masculin Business Luxury like Seekers Self non-social wordly Risic-taking Materialistic Taking
  14. 14. Idealistic Mind religeous security Caring feminine the other thinking conservative Engaged ConservativesUniformity Diversitythe Other Balanced Pluriformity Ibig world Cosmopolitans Small worldprogressive Hedonists Business doingmasculin like Luxury Self Seekers non-social wordly Risic-taking Materialistic Matter
  15. 15. IdealisticThe Whole Giving The PartWave religeous Particle security Caring feminine the other thinking conservative EngagedUniformity Uniformity Conservatives Diversity Diversitythe Other The Other Balanced Pluriformity PluriformityCollective ‘I ‘ Ibig world Cosmopolitans Small worldprogressive Hedonists doingmasculin Business Luxury Self like Seekers non-social wordly Risic-taking Materialistic Taking
  16. 16. Idealistic GivingUniformity DiversityThe Other PluriformityCollective ‘I ‘ Materialistic Taking
  17. 17. Overshoot & Collapse Idealistic Im-material Culture Art Inquisition Local orientation Global Solidarity Social Orientation Early Anti-globalism ChristianityUniformity DiversityGlobalisation Regionalisation Science Separation Rationality Autarky Technocracy; Individualisation (Consumer) Materialistic
  18. 18. Idealistic Macrohistory Religious Church Early Christianity State Absolute SubjectiveUniformity Idealism Idealism DiversityCollective IndividualGlobalisation Modernism “Post Modernism” Regionalisation Science Dekadence Hedonism Technology Capital Fragmentation Materialistic Barbarism Worldly
  19. 19. Idealis(c   Church Transition Towns State Absolute   Subjec6ve   Idealism   Idealism  Uniformity    Diversity  Collec3ve          Individual  Globalisa3on   Modernism   Regionalisa3on   Post  Modernism   Dekadence Science Hedonism Fragmentation Technology Barbary All against All Ecological crisis Financial crisis
  20. 20. Idealistic Im-material IdealisticCollective IndividualUniformity Diversity Materialistic Matter
  21. 21. Ethical Framework Idealistic / Non-material Centrifugal forces CentripetalUniformity forces DiversityCollective Freedom IndividualGlobalisation Regionalisation Centrifugal forces; Materialistic ‘Fear for Freedom’ Identity
  22. 22. W.B.Yeats (1865-1939) The Second ComingTurning and turning in the widening gyreThe falcon cannot hear the falconer;Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold;
  23. 23. W.B.Yeats (1865-1939) The Second ComingMere anarchy is loosed upon the world,The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhereThe ceremony of innocence is drowned;The best lack all conviction, while the worstAre full of passionate intensity.
  24. 24. Idealistic MindCollective IndividualUniformity Diversity Materialistic Matter
  25. 25. Idealistic MindCollectiveThe Other Individual Materialistic Matter
  26. 26. Idealistic MindCollectiveThe Other Individual Materialistic Matter
  27. 27. PrinciplesMore needed than DemocrayReconciliation of OppositesDiscouragement of CaricaturesSupporting the Centre
  28. 28. Societal implicationsDemocracy ! but also Societal ObjectivesEncouraging centripetal forces:Political process; 100 % representative governmentsDiscouraging centrifugal forcesEnding the current caricature; financial systemSocietal entrepreneurshipValue Creation and Leadership
  29. 29. Im-material Idealistic Institutional Spirituality religion Culture Art IndividualCollective Ego-centric Nature Labour Employment Consumentism Safety Materialistic
  30. 30. Im-material Idealistic Institutional Spirituality religio Culture Art IndividualCollective Ego-centric Nature Labour Employment Consumentism Safety Materialistic
  31. 31. Societal EndsValuesEconomic system‘Capabilities’Financial system
  32. 32. Immaterial ‘Mind’ Capital Culture Public Immaterial goods Private Mental labour goodsCollective Individual Public Common Material Private Pool Private Resources goods Fysical labour Nature P C Materialistic Matter
  33. 33. Immaterial ‘Mind’ Financial system Capital Culture Public Immaterial goods Private goodsCollective Individual Public Common Material Private Pool Private Resources goods Nature Materialistic Matter
  34. 34. Immaterial ‘Mind’ Financial system Capital Culture Public Immaterial goods Private goodsCollective Individual Public Common Material Private Pool Private Resources goods Nature Materialistic Matter
  35. 35. Immaterial ‘Mind’ Capital Culture Public Immaterial goods Private goodsCollective Individual Public Common Material Private Pool Private Resources goods Nature Materialistic Matter
  36. 36. Immaterial ‘Mind’ Public Private Banking Banking Culture Public Immaterial goods Private goodsCollective Individual Public Common Material Private Pool Private Resources goods Nature Materialistic Matter
  37. 37. IdealisticUniformity DiversityCollective Individual Materialistic
  38. 38. Social Entrepreneurship IdealisticValue creation within the circleUniformity DiversityCollective IndividualConnective leadership operates from the centre Materialistic
  39. 39. You can checkout any time you like,but you can never leave
  40. 40. Klaas van EgmondSustainable Een vorm vanCivilisation beschaving www.klaasvanegmond.nl

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