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  • Paperback
  • 296 pages
  • Fifteen Paths
  • David Weitzner
  • 01 October 2017
  • 9781770414747

Fifteen Paths Prescriptions For Imaginative Living In Today S Noisy And Ever Narrowing World.Our Social Conversation Has Gone Awry We Are Surrounded By Noise And Retreating To Social Media Bubbles As Conversations Across Ideological Divides Become Increasingly Difficult, We As A Society Need To Rethink What It Means To Listen, To Think, To Create, And To Be Democratically Engaged Citizens Fifteen Paths Documents The Journey Of A Disillusioned Business Professor Who Came To Realize That To Transcend The Noise, We Need Imaginative Expressions And Fewer Argumentative Ones.David Weitzner Sought The Counsel Of 14 Iconoclastic Artists, Including Lee Ranaldo Sonic Youth , Jeff Coffin Dave Matthews Band , Mike Mignola Hellboy , Lydia Lunch, And Del The Funky Homosapien The Book Offers 15 Concrete Courses Of Action To Reimagine A Socially Engaged Life And An Afterword Documenting The Surprising Outcome Of The Author S Personal Journey.


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15 thoughts on “Fifteen Paths

  1. says:

    Fifteen Paths tells us how discordant art can bring harmony and wisdom into our lives It s a refreshingly original book that I devoured in just two sittings One caveat though David Weitzner is a huge music nerd and many of his ideas are inspired by alternative rock artists of the 80s For me, reading this book was a blast in the past I enjoyed the interviews with artists and t...

  2. says:

    We live in an environment that is ever politicized, polarized and fragmenting It is an environment in which people retreat from one another and circle the wagons with like minded folk, preferring to exist in the comfort of echo chambers, rather than engage openly and honestly with the seeming dissonance so as to build a better society for all.As Weitzner says in the introduction to Fifteen Paths Looking at current realities, we ve become excellent at broadcasting, but receiving has perhaps become a lost skill Take a look at any social media and you ll understand how perfectly the above sums up our current social malaise.Fifteen Paths is a fascinating and provoking read, using conversations with iconic artists from musicians to clowns and shamans to provide a radical approach to re discovering the path to wisdom Weitzner demonstrates that if we use our creative, imaginative skills, rather than arguing into the void, we can connect and converse in a healthy and pro...

  3. says:

    I read this book with increasing pleasure, at times identifying so completely with some of the thoughts expressed by the people David Weitzner interviewed that it left me wanting A real page turner this is a book written in the form of interviews The author, a huge fan of art in the form of everything that comprises art music, lyrics, poetry, writing has taken us through a circuitous route which becomes easy to navigate as we go on this journey with him In this age of uncertainty, especially during the Trump era, he demonstrates through his interviews of each personality and their personal history, how we not only can survive but grow strong and secure Technology has taken over a good portion of our lives, yet, there is hope To grow in community, seek out our elders, change the way we listen to name just a few of the li...

  4. says:

    David Weitzner thinks the world has gone awry and we need to seek out wisdom and knowledge in order to get us back on the right track With insights from Lee Ranaldo, Nels Cline, Slava Polunin, Jeff Coffin, Sunshine Jones, Mike Doughty, Jill Cunniff, Del the Funky Homosapien, Angelo Moore, Mike Mignola, ...

  5. says:

    I picked up this book while looking for something to quiet the overwhelm I often feel from society The high charged emotions of the modern news and social media climate, ever polarizing, quickly losing touch with any sense of empathy I found myself nodding a lot while reading this book, as it discusses these same...

  6. says:

    An intriguing and insightful read Even though I was unfamiliar with some of the artists featured , this book still remained accessible as well as enjoyable A must read

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