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New York, May 29, 2013

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Classical Studies/Philosophy

Silver: On Governance, Cor Publicum: The Evolution of Res Publica, by Franca Baroni (Samsara Press)

 

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HeartGovernance.org: The application of Cor Publicum for individuals, organizations, and society.

“A masterpiece sure to be recognized as such”       “Beyond brilliant”

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“Crucially important work”       “A rare find”       “It changed my life”

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“A collectors item that will sent off an evolution”

“The most important political philosophy book of our new century”

1. Listen to sample chapters

Part I, Chapter Two: Lost Freedom


Part I, Chapter Six: Avoidance or Awakening


2. Radio Shows

Align Shine and Prosper Radio Show – June 27, 2012 — A 90 min interview offering a broad overview of the book and an invitation to explore cor publicum.


Heart of it all Radio Show Part I – May 25, 2012

Heart of it all Radio Show Part II – June 8, 2012

“This book introduces a fundamentally new social contract.

It is a pathway into the center of a radically new system of Law and governance.

It is best comprehended with the intelligence of the Heart.”

ON GOVERNANCE
Cor Publicum: The Evolution
of Res Publica

by Dr. Franca Baroni

Deluxe Paperback p. 227, $21.95
First Special Edition, February 11, 2011.

Excerpt from Introduction:

“As a collective, we never really made the leap into freedom. We have been in the grip of hierarchical forms of government for thousands of years, because of our deep-rooted fear of being unable to handle the unknown—formlessness—and because we have been equating freedom with brutality and the rule of the fittest. For the same reason we have destroyed other healthier forms of government. It is time for making this leap, and if we have the courage to dwell in the unknown of what is next, the new form will emerge more readily and it will most likely be a healthier form, rather than a twisted version of the old form.”

Copyright © 2011, Franca Baroni, All Rights Reserved.

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Printing:

The book was printed on 100% eco-friendly recyclable paper and printed at a local printing company to support local business.

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