Werner Erhard explains the philosophical or metaphysical basis of transformation.

Drawing upon the philosophy of Martin Heidegger, Nietzsche and Zen, Werner Erhard states that listening for information and knowledge is actually arrogant will to power and we should listen to ‘be with’ instead of trying to find ‘something useful’.

Erhard also discusses the Japanese professor’s view that the Japanese believe that a dialogue can leave the very thing undefined which it starts out to define.

This undefinable element then gathers the entire conversation luminously.

Werner states that listening for information and knowledge is actually arrogant will to power and we should listen to ‘be with’ instead of trying to find ‘something useful’.

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