Luiz Fernando Pereira (el 14/04/12 a las 7:51 pm)
+TJ McMullen III Thought provoking : same problem, another rich view.
T Callahan (el 12/12/11 a las 8:41 am)
Charles Eisenstein is a powerful mind helping to envision a bright future :
eloquent speech and equal prose
Steven Ross (el 06/11/11 a las 9:36 pm)
He is really great!
NickYAnn001 (el 29/12/10 a las 12:03 am)
No see lee muy bien , Haber si lo subtitulan para poder verla en español
Mark V (el 27/03/12 a las 7:15 am)
I only clicked this because his last name was Eisenstein
Eniz B. Lümmel (el 20/07/12 a las 10:40 am)
rosquiters11 (el 23/04/12 a las 3:29 am)
i love this man!! thank you so much for your work and the rhetoric you're
introducing as an economist. and for the hope you're spreading from the
perspective of love!
tcdahn7 (el 01/11/11 a las 5:43 pm)
@linghun Obvious troll is obvious
metedude2 (el 29/08/11 a las 8:21 pm)
@linghun and you are definitely not a "schmuck" or a "moron" my friend :)
lol.... whatever it is those bullshit labels mean to you
silversobe (el 04/08/10 a las 8:20 pm)
Great upload bro. Social progress and human well being is always second to
monetary gain. If a problem is profitable, the problem will remain.
Abundance, sustainability and efficiency are enemies of profit. Efficiency,
abundance, and sustainability are enemies of our economic structure for
they are inverse to the mechanics required to perpetuate consumption.