Join Fritjof Capra and explore the new systemic conception of life at the forefront of science and its application in economics, management, politics, design, medicine, and law.
This course will give you the conceptual tools to understand the nature of our systemic problems and to recognize the systemic solutions that are being developed by individuals and organizations around the world.
The Fall 2016 Capra Course begins on September 28th.
Registration is now open for the
Fall 2016 Capra Course.
Capra Course is my new online course, based on my textbook The Systems View of Life, coauthored with Pier Luigi Luisi and published by Cambridge University Press. This course is the realization of a dream I have had for many years. I hope that it will serve as a model for similar multidisciplinary courses at universities, colleges, and other institutions of learning.
— Fritjof Capra
Each lecture will have an associated Forum where you can post your comments and questions, and discuss the themes and ideas that Fritjof introduces, both with Fritjof himself and your fellow course participants. These discussions will help develop your systems thinking abilities in a multi-disciplinary environment with participants from a range of backgrounds and competencies.
Participants are encouraged to post their own real-world case studies, projects and initiatives as well as insights gained as the course progresses.
"I am amazed at how interconnected the ideas are coming from this course."
-Helen Black, Canada
"Thank you so much, Fritjof, I have been blessed by your course. It has been one of the most exciting and thrilling experiences of my life. Not only have I been taught by one of my heroes, but also the knowledge has arrived in a very important stage of my life when I am seeing and understanding things that have brought new perspectives and new understandings."
-Carolina S. Rudnick Vizcarra, Chile
"Fritjof, thank you for this learning journey, from evolution, to cognition, to social systems, to ecology. You have brought some of the best minds and theories into a coherent synthesis, and a unified systems view of life. I also liked that you honed in into the central challenges for our times, such as confronting global capitalism, its pursuit of quantitative growth, and its lack of ethics... Our challenge as graduates of this course and as a cohort is to take the knowledge from this course and put it into action, for us to act as leaders to bring forth a sustainable, just and flourishing world."
-Manuel Manga, Brazil
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