I read this book after seeing the movie "MindWalk".
These solutions will be different from those we had in the past because they will be integrated and sustainable, and this both in the fields of science and culture.
I purchased this book just recently and I am happy to have it again and enjoy reading it and get back to Capra's perspectives.
As a Research Engineer and Real Estate Developer working in the remote Sangre de Cristo mountain range of Colorado, I have been implementing Fritjof Capra's... Read more
I read this book in my junior college year for a class in international studies and it change my perspective how to view the world and my need to understand the how my perspectives... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Alexander Retana
'￼The Turning Point' is a logical follow-up to 'The Tao of Physics', and equally important. This book was a turning point also in the author’s life. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Dr. Peter Fritz Walter
Quite nice to read. Although it seems easy to follow has deep concepts. It makes you think differently abut life and processesPublished 12 months ago by Silmar Gannam
I realize I bought this book as used. I get it, it is used, however, I did NOT expect my book to show up in PIECES. When I received the package today it was in three pieces. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Amanda Minor
Fritjof Capra combines the ideas of spirituality and combines the ideas of the physical universe into ideas that are of living and breathing existence.Published on November 7, 2012 by poet1
THE TURNING POINT is an amazing and fascinating review of our wasteful and dead Newtonian, Cartesian, paternalistic, reductive society and makes a great case that we are on the... Read morePublished on November 6, 2012 by Edward Nagel
Fritjof Capra (born 1939) is an Austrian-born American physicist, who is a founding director of the Center for Ecoliteracy and is on the faculty of Schumacher College. Read morePublished on June 27, 2011 by Steven H Propp
In the "Turning Point," Fritzhof Capra covers an amazing number of fascinating topics. In this book he traces the development of scientific, social and spiritual worlds. Read morePublished on May 29, 2011 by Kim Burdick