Ervin Laszlo

Considered the world's foremost exponent of systems philosophy and general evolution theory, Ervin Laszlo is the author of over fifty books, many of them published internationally as foreign editions. His degrees and awards include the Doctorates-Lettres et Sciences Humaines of the Sorbonne, Paris, and an honorary doctorate in Human Sciences from the Saybrook Institute of San Francisco.
Lazlo is a member of the Club of Rome, and the International Academy of Science. He is currently Rector of the Frankfurt Academy for Evolutionary Management and Advanced Studies, and Science Advisor to the Director-General of UNESCO.
His published work includes Goals for Mankind, and The Choice: Evolution or Extinction in the Twenty-first Century (1993).