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Peter Joseph: When Normality Becomes Distortion

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Oct 8th 2011, Marina Del Rey California. This program considers the quality of our beliefs, actions and intents within the overarching context of what supports good public health, prosperity and sustainability and what does not. The subjects of Politics, Economics and Religious Philosophy is broadly considered, with one basic question asked: Are the dominant views of reality today and the values that arise from them sustainable for the species' survival?

Peter Joseph is the creator of the world famous, award winning "Zeitgeist Film Series" and founder of the controversial "Zeitgeist Movement" which seeks to shift our social system into a more sustainable paradigm, Peter continues to focus on media related expressions, including music composition, performance & film production, each with the focus on affecting society for the better. He has also lectured around the world on the topics of social sustainably and has been featured in the New York Times, Russia Today, TedX and many other
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