Luca Valera speaks with Alan Drengson about the development of Arne Naess’ philosophy, Ecosophy.
Chapter 2 from Practice of Technology by Alan Drengson (New York: SUNY Press, hardcover 1995; paper back 1996).
This essay first appeared in Philosophy Today, Summer 1982 (103-17). It describes the four main philosophies of technology in our culture; engages in a process of creative inquiry; and outlines the interconnection between conception, action, and social process.
Selections from Alan Drengson’s Sacred Journey volumes I, II and III.
Alan Drengson speaks of his fascination with light and color, his evolution into a stained glass artist and briefly covers the history of stained glass art.
Flelix is a fable primarily for adults told from two points of view: on one hand, Flelix and his two companions pondering the mysteries of their dog planet; and on the other, a family of humans trying to resolve the flea problem on their dog and in their house.