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HUMAN RESOURCES Social Engineering In The 20th Century HQ FULL

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    http://metanoia-films.org/ Metanoia- F r o m t h e G r e e k - to p e r c e i v e , t o t h i n k , t h e r e s u l t of p e r c e i v i n g o r o b s e r v i n g - m e t a n o i a m e a n s " a c h a n g e o f m i n d " . In Theology, metanoia is used to refer to the change of mind which is brought about in repentance. The prefix "meta-" carries with it other variants that are consistent with the Eastern Greek philosophical mindset, "Meta-" is additionally used to imply "beyond" and "outside of." E.g., metamorphosis as a beyond-change; and, metaphysics as outside the limits of physics. The Greek term for repentance, metanoia, denotes a change of mind, a reorientation, a fundamental transformation of outlook, of an individual's vision of the world and of her/himself, and a new way of loving others and the Universe. In the words of a second-century text, The Shepherd of Hermas, it implies "great understanding," discernment. In Carl Jung's psychology, metanoia indicates a spontaneous attempt of the psyche to heal itself of unbearable conflict by melting down and then being reborn in a more adaptive form. SOURCES: Anarcho -- Anti-Capitalism or State Capitalism? Beissinger, Mark R. -- Scientific Management, socialist discipline and Soviet power Chang, Iris -- the Rape of Nanking Cockburn, Alex and St. Claire, Jeffrey -- Whiteout: The CIA, drugs and the press Gatto, John Taylor -- The Underground History of American Education; Dumbing Us Down Goliszek, Andrew -- In the name of science Klein, Naomi -- The Shock Doctrine Kohn, Alfie -- What does it mean to be well-educated?; No contest: the case against competition Lemov, Rebecca -- World as Laboratory: Experiments with mice, mazes and men Noble, David -- Forces of Production: a social history of industrial automation Ritzer, George -- The McDonaldization of Society Shepherd, Harold & Herrick, Neil -- Where Have All the Robots Gone? Smith, Sharon -- Subterranean Fire: A History of working class radicalism Szulc, Tad -- The CIA's Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test ACCLAIMED: "A viscerally overpowering film and at the same time a thoughtful meditation on the human condition." - Walter A. Davis, Professor Emeritus, Ohio State University "Brilliant...Riveting...The amount of material the filmmaker covers and unifies is astounding... Human Resources diagnoses the 20th century." - Stephen Soldz, Professor, Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis; President, Psychologists for Social Responsibility "Powerful...Must See...It will leave you Spellbound." - Andrew Goliszek, Author, In the Name of Science: A History of Secret Programs, Medical Research, and Human Experimentation "An important work...terrifying in its implications.... Human Resources is a must see for those of us who still take democracy seriously." - Bruce E. Levine, Author Commonsense Rebellion: Taking Back Your Life from Drugs, Shrinks, Corporations, and a World Gone Crazy "It scared the shit out of me...A powerful and methodical dissection of the dominant culture." - Derrick Jensen, Author, Endgame "A masterful examination of the mechanization of human existence... It is a rare occasion when watching a film can help open not only our eyes, but our minds." - Andrew Marshall, Centre for Research on Globalization "A Masterpiece. Unless you weep, you may be damaged by this film. Viewer discretion, and love, advised. - David Ker Thomson, Professor, Language and Thinking Program at Bard College "Scott Noble's work is a pioneering development in documentary filmmaking in its content, documentary technique, and even distribution method. Watch his stuff, use it, and build on it." - Chris Simpson, Professor, School of Communication, American University