New articles:

• Comments on the ceremony marking the publication of Dr. Skolimowski's autobiography.
• Notes on the publication of Dr. Henryk Skolimowski's autobiography
• Henryk Skolimowski: A Lotus Flowering in the Mud
• Dialogues on Light and Lumenarchy
• Eco-Philosophy from an Historical Perspective
• The Metaphysical Crisis
• Are We Still Petrified?
• On Benevolence
• Dialogues with Anabel, 1

Articles Online by Henryk Skolimowski:

• The Vegan Planet Initiative
• Origins of Eco-Philosophy
• On the 25th Anniversary of Eco-Philosophy: Designing New Tactics for Living
• Cosmocracy as the next stage in the development of democracy
• The Cranes are flying
• Politics in a News Participatory Perspective
• On the Beauty and Necessity of Philosophy
• The World is a Sanctuary
• Cosmocracy as the Next Stage in the Development of Democracy
• Ecological Dharma
• Examined Values and the Wall of Science
• Imagination and Vision
• The Wonder of the Himalayas
• Dialogue with Nandi
• Imagination and Vision are More Important Than Knowledge
• Reflections on the Past Millennium
• Celebrating life
• Science as a Form of Mythology
• The Key to Happiness
• Ecological spirituality
• Follow Your Own Nature
• The World as a Sanctuary
As If You Were God
• The Cosmic God
• Creativity As a Cosmic Law
• The Cosmic Man
• The Benevolent Cosmos
• The Creative Cosmos: Begetting Evolution and Spirituality
• Ecological Humanism:An Answer to 'Where Do We Go from Here?

Articles On-Line by others

• Reflections on Transformation Through Eco-Philosophy, by Juanita Skolimowski

• A New Outlook on Spirituality from the Nelson Mail (New Zealand), March 17, 2000, by Geoff Collett

• The Hole in the Mole, by Geoff Collett

Reprints from the Eco-Philosophy Research Centre:

In order to further the advancement of research and learning on the subject of eco- philosophy, we are now making available for purchase copies of all major writings of Dr. Skolimowski, Dr. Skrbina, and others at the EPC over the past 40 years.The following list identifies the article number, title, a short summary, publication date and length of all current items. Copies are reproduced and mailed free of charge, up to a limit of 25 pages. Contact David Skrbina (Skrbina at

100 | Analytical Linguistic Marxism in Poland (A History of 20th-century analytical philosophy in Poland) | 1965 | 13pp
101 | Praxiology — The Science of Accomplished Acting (An assessment of Kotarbinski's theory of action) | 1965 | 9pp
103 | The Structure of Thinking in Technology (A sympathetic account of technology, arguing that society is still in control of technological progress) | 1966 | 7pp
105 | Knowledge and Man (A sympathetic assessment of science and the need for a continual progress in knowledge) | 1967 7pp
107 | The 'Monster' of Technology (Argues that humanity is still in control of technology, and still capable to manage it wisely) | 1967 | 4pp
108 | A Diagnosis of Contemporary Philosophy (Compares philosophy of the 60's to the 30's and 40's) First proposes that 'knowledge and mind are a unity') | 1968 | 7pp
109 | The Technological Society and Human Values (Argues for a 'realistic' view of technology, neither optimist nor pessimist) Discussion of Ellul) Introduces notion of 'technological values') | 1968 | 3pp
110 | On the Concept of Truth in Science and in Technology (Science deals with an 'objective' reality, whereas technology 'creates' reality) | 1968 | 4pp
111 | Technology and Philosophy (First move toward anti-technological view: 'Technology changes society and man, and thus changes philosophy') | 1968 | 6pp
112 | The Semantic Environment in the Age of Advertising (Critique against advertising uses of language) | 1968 | 6pp
113 | Human Space in the Technological Age (Technology increasingly narrows the range of human expression, thus increasing the 'density' of human space) | 1969 | 3pp
114 | Knowledge, Language and Rationality (Epistemology has primacy over linguistics, and rationality has primacy over knowledge) | 1969 | 9pp
117 | Problems of Truth in Technology | (Argues for a 'dialectical' approach to technology, as a dialogue with social wants and values) | 1970 | 9pp
120 | Open Marxism and Its Consequences (A proposal to classify 4 versions of Marxism: historical, dialectical, praxiological, and alienating) | 1971 | 4pp
121 | Are there no Consequences of Open Marxism? (A response to critics: Marxism is no longer viable) | 1971 | 5pp
123 | Technology--The Seducer (Newspaper interview) (Critical of destructive technological values) | 1971 | 2pp
126 | Epistemology, The Mind and the Computer (Major philosophical paper, arguing against artificial intelligence) 2nd and more detailed (than #108) articulation that mind and knowledge are a unity) | 1972 | 17pp
129 | Science and the Modern Predicament | Influential article exploring whether in fact society controls, or is controlled by, science) | 1972 | 3pp
134 | The Twilight of Physical Descriptions and the Ascent of Normative Models (Extended argument against objectivist and mechanistic models of reality) | 1973 | 12pp
135 | Ecological Humanism | (Introduces concept of 'ecological humanism') First discussion of 'world as sanctuary') | 1974 | 2pp
136 | Methodology and Marxism-Rejoinder | (Marxism is not so different than capitalism: both are materialist, technological systems) | 1974 | 4pp
137 | Problems of Rationality in Biology | (Extended crititque of 'objective' science, arguing instead for a form of 'evolutionary rationality') | 1974 | 10pp
139 | The Scientific World View and the Illusion of Progress | (Important article, arguing that conventional notions of progress are materialistic, exploitive, and parasitic) | 1974 | 16pp
140 | The Search for Objectivity in Peirce & Popper: Part II | (Survey of Popper's philosophy) | 1974 | 9pp
141 | The Search for Objectivity in Peirce & Popper: Part III | (Comparison of theories of Peirce and Popper) | 1974 | 10pp
145 | A Way out of the Abyss | (Influential article calling for a new worldview to deal with the phenomenon of technology) | 1975 | 6pp

Works by David Skrbina, Ph.D:

700 | Is Environmentalism our New God? (Response to a critic who derides the environmental movement as a quasi-religion) | 1991 | 1p
701 | Is it Time for the United States to Disband? (Calls for radical decentralization as a solution to ineffective government; more relevant than ever | 1991 | 1p
702 | Ecophilosophy as a Guide to Social Change (Further elaboration of ideas of decentralization and deindustrialization) | 1993 | 4pp
703 | Participatory Chaos: An Analytic Model of Consciousness (An early and ground-breaking presentation of a new theory of 'participatory mind'; based on chaos theory) | 1994 | 5pp
704 | The Ethics of Free Trade (Argues against globalization, and against dehumanizing social values) | 1998 | 5pp
705 | Convivial Communities (A novel approach toward quantifying 'human scale' (Argues that most nations far exceed their optimum population size) | 1999 | 10
706 | Computers are Good for Kids? It's a Myth | (Brief but concise summary of the case against using computers in elementary schools) | 2000 | 1p
707 | Panpsychism as an Underlying Theme in Western Philosophy | Lengthy article presenting the extensive historical basis for panpsychism. Implicitly undercuts the mechanistic worldview) | 2002 | 15pp