Bohm Dialogue



"...it is proposed that a form of free dialogue may well be one of the most effective ways of investigating the crisis which faces society, and indeed the whole of human nature and consciousness today. Moreover, it may turn out that such a form of free exchange of ideas and information is of fundamental relevance for transforming culture and freeing it of destructive misinformation, so that creativity can be liberated."
David Bohm

There is an ongoing dialogue by email in the spirit of David Bohm.
If you are interested or if you have any questions please contact the facilitator of the dialogue (Don Factor): facilitator@david-bohm.net
If you wish to subscribe to the dialogue list contact the administrator (William van den Heuvel): admin@david-bohm.net



Dialogue - A proposal (David Bohm, Don Factor, Peter Garrett)
on Meaning, Purpose and Exploration in Dialogue (David Bohm)
Comments on Bohm Dialogue (Pat Styer)
Comments on Bohm Dialogue (Ken Parejko)
Comments on Bohm Dialogue (Don Factor)
Comments on Bohm Dialogue (Jan Pieter Verhey)
On Facilitation and Purpose (Don Factor)
Frustration and Subversion (William van den Heuvel)
The Dialogue Experiment (John Briggs and David Peat)
On Dialogue (William van den Heuvel)
Dialogue and Freedom (William van den Heuvel)
Dialogue and Coherence (William van den Heuvel)
Dialogue and Anarchy (William van den Heuvel)
The Flow of Meaning (William van den Heuvel)
Selection of websites on dialogue by UIA
Dialogue page by DuVersity


Updated 2012-10-06 by admin@david-bohm.net