In Classical Greek and Indian aesthetics beauty was understood to occur as a result of balance, harmony, proportion and rhythm. These are all relational, or really interrelational, qualities and values, so it seems relevant to revisit and rethink beauty today. This is the central idea behind my Beauty Dialogue articles.

These Dialogues are intended to explore and develop an understanding of beauty in a multidisciplinary, contemporary and holistic way. So far, five Beauty Dialogues have been conducted.

During Fritjof Capra’s visit to India, I took the opportunity of spending a few days with him. ...


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