Is it possible to live in a world without relations of domination between human beings? For the Austrian sociologist and writer Riane Eisler (85 years old) the answer to this question is a resounding yes. We only need to look at the past to verify it: according to archaeological, anthropological and scientific evidence, for a long period we lived together under a system of cooperation and association. This is the main thesis that emerges from his book The chalice and the sword. From goddesses to gods: pre-patriarchal cultures, written in 1987 and now arriving in Spain for the first time, through the Capitán Swing publishing house, with a translation by Noelia González Barrancos.
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