SPHERES OF PERCEPTION

     Grow your understanding—reliably & naturally 

A better world through truthful science and reliable information

Theodore Holtzhausen, author of Spheres of Perception and founder of Sensible Gene foundation.

'In Spheres of Perception a unique new method and explanation of why we must and how we can coexist is revealed'

'An answer to Bernard Stiegler's quest for the neganthropocene'

Obtaining a bachelors degree in veterinary medicine in the 80's he practiced as a young veterinary surgeon in South Africa, England, Australia and New Zealand. From there his expeditions attracted him to the fields of international health, philosophy, evolutionary biology and genetics. Supported by interdisciplinary diversity and   multi-cultural exposure, he uncovered a hidden moral code in our evolutionary roots. This knowledge not only benefited the patients under his care but also helped him to confront many of life's little challenges.  Realising the general need for trust and finding common ground in a world with escalating disparity he  shares this unique concept and method with you in an upcoming release, Spheres of Perception, Changemakers Books, 2019/2020.

 

Continuing publications and collaboratives are welcomed, to cover:

-Dependable Global Healthcare with focus on reducing the genomic impact of harmful chemicals and pharmaceuticals

-Sustainable farming

-Pesticide-free food production

-Education in the future

Our aim:

Coaching the unique Spheres of Perception concept to help create a healthy,  free and unprejudiced global community.

 

'I'm very appreciative and delighted by the positive responses my work has received in making the world a better place and I want to foster that connection with a wider audience. 

I have now dedicated my own life to a constantly adaptable, principled interconnection between genome, epigenome and environment...in a moral (r)evolution.'

Dr Theodor Holtzhausen (VS) BVSc PgDip IntnlHlth

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Sensible Gene Foundation

we care about our future as a united concern in

... redefined in a perceptive (r)evolution

Morality of healthcare in the future

SPHERES OF PERCEPTION

 

 Imagine a world interconnected in trust, equality and free of misinformation. A world driven by reliable knowledge, free of nonsense and where misleading information becomes transparent in a united effort.

Now such a world is within your reach through new Spheres of Perception

 I can’t wait for you to be part of  the new understanding gained in this creation. Your method to dependebale truths.

 Theodore Holtzhausen

 Now YOU can also become part of shaping a better world, for all of us...

 

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Endorsements

Moving beyond and between disciplines and the effects of technology on our lives, Spheres of Perception  provides a rich and sophisticated transdisciplinary exploration of humanity’s ‘being in this world’. The reflections on our logical, physical and metaphysical evolution challenge our illusions about humanity’s competence to overcome disparities between the way we live and the way we develop. This book must be read by everybody looking for a sensible and holistic evaluation of the drastic challenges we face and the transformations we require to adapt to the present.

Dr Hester du Plessis. (DLitt et Phil in Philosophy).

Chief Research Specialist. Science Communication. 

Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC), South Africa. 

Associate Editor: South African Journal of Science.

Research Fellow: Mapungubwe Institute for Strategic Reflection (MISTRA).

As Theo’s publisher, I find it an extraordinary work, and I feel privileged to be Theo’s publisher. As with most books about ideas, getting the word out is always challenging.
Tim Ward , Publisher
Changemakers Books

Dec 18, 2018: Dr Hester du Plessis, Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC), South Africa 
Moving beyond and between disciplines and the effects of technology on our lives, this book provides a rich and sophisticated transdisciplinary exploration of humanity’s ‘being in this world’. The reflections on our logical, physical and metaphysical evolution challenge our illusions about humanity’s competence to overcome disparities between the way we live and the way we development. This book must be read by everybody looking for a sensible and holistic evaluation of the drastic challenges we face and the transformations we require to adapt to the present,

Jul 7, 2019: The ‘Decolonial Turn’ and the Humanities Curriculum: Prospects, Practice and Interventions An International Conference Date: 10- 12 July 2019 | The ‘Decolonial Turn’ and the Humanities Curriculum: Prospects, Practice and Interventions An International Conference Date: 10- 12 July 2019 edit | delete
However, such a victory will be hard-won, Stiegler points out, since secondary effects of new technologies also gravely affects our minds. Just like the outer world is caught up in disruptive changes, our inner life is disrupted by the digital-media society and information technologies. Our attention is commodified and our sense of judgement and responsibility is deteriorating under the pressure of new technologies that change our lives. Stiegler, however, is far from dismissing new technologies. In fact, he understands wisdom to be largely a technical matter. Therefore, through transvaluation, thinking care-fully becomes a form of caring, a tool for orientation and deliberation, an intelligent governance of the self and the world. We must keep abreast and even get ahead of technological developments to produce better techniques for living. The goal is to create a collective intelligence, what Marx calls a ‘general intellect’, which would be capable of reversing the self-destructive tendencies of our society. The Neganthropocene, requires us to resolutely refuse to reduce knowledge to the calculable information of algorithmic governmentality, transhumanist ideology and the data economy -exclusively serving capitalism. 
We need to adopt new principles regulated primary by an understanding of Value and Care. This value and care differs from the acceptable values and (self)care adopted by cultural groups. It is the value and care that stems from scientific epistemic evidence which proved that we, as a species, are all the same, and that we are at the mercy of our DNA in its singular quest for multiplication and procreation. We are but a species. We also know that we live in an interconnected world. We have solutions on hand such as that proposed by Theo Holtzhausen through the realisation that three spheres in life interact in unison: we have a Physical space (sphere) of reason (PSOR), a Logical space (sphere) of reason (LSOR) and the abstract, yet vital, metaphysical space (spere) - all collectively vital to our existence.

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