Books in category Social Science – Future Studies

  • Imagined Worlds

    Imagined Worlds
    Freeman J. Dyson

    A thought-provoking, speculative look at the world's cultural future addresses the issue of whether or not human society will progress ethically as it progressed technologically. Reprint. UP.

  • Se frem

    Se frem
    Tor Nørretranders

    Nu mangler vi bare at tage os selv alvorligt ved at se frem og løse klodens kriser så livet kan gives videre. Se frem spejler nutiden i oplysningstidens vision om at man hver især handler som man mener alle burde handle.

  • After Progress

    After Progress
    John Michael Greer

    After Progress addresses this looming paradigm shift, exploring the shape of history from a perspective on the far side of the coming crisis.

  • Theory U

    Theory U
    C. Otto Scharmer

    What prevents us from attending to situations more effectively is that we aren't fully aware of and in touch with the inner place from which attention and intention originate. This is what Scharmer calls our blind spot.

  • Tessere reciprocit

    Tessere reciprocità
    AA. VV.

    Tra generazione e restituzione (Una tessitura preziosa e le sue trame; Tessere bene, tessere male; I fili della tessitura; Post-scriptum) Luigi Alici, Grammatica e sintassi della reciprocità (La relazione, questa sconosciuta; Paradigmi …

  • Come cambier tutto

    Come cambierà tutto
    Brockman John

  • After Capitalism

    After Capitalism
    Kennan Ferguson, Patrice Petro

    Collectively, these essays raise provocative questions about how we should imagine capitalism in the twenty-first century.

  • Future Scenarios

    Future Scenarios
    David Holmgren

    What they do help make clear are the best strategies for preparing for and adapting to these possible futures.” Future Scenarios provides brilliant and balanced consideration of the world’s options and will prove to be one of the most …

  • We Do Things Differently The Outsiders Rebooting Our World

    We Do Things Differently: The Outsiders Rebooting Our World
    Mark Stevenson

    As the world's population heads towards 10 billion, it's clear we need new approaches. In We Do Things Differently, historian and futurologist Mark Stevenson sets out to find them, across four continents.

  • Post Industrial Lives

    Post-Industrial Lives
    Jerald Hage, Charles Powers

    Hage and Powers examine that question, linking global changes in the work patterns, information flow and knowledge to the practice of everyday life. Their answer is that the complexification of society requires a different kind of person.

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