I’m reading it, and enjoying it as a novel. So far. Here is a review plus interview: Worth reading.
One thing troubles me. On the one hand he is pro the Paris agreement, as he says in the interview, to criticise it is:
“It’s so crazily idealistic where the perfect is being the enemy of the good.”
On the other hand, he…
Continue reading “Ministry for the Future”
I am a psychodramatist and hence a student of the work of J.L. Moreno. And I hold his philosophy and methods to be revolutionary in the sense of having potential to heal humanity. There is an area of his philosophy and outlook where he comes short of the potential, it is in the conception of mass action and the macro forces that operate in the world. He lacks a good grasp of Marxism. And I think Marxism lacks the science of sociometry, the outlook of small groups.
Continue reading “The Moment in History”
George Pór has the audactity to think big. I see more and more of this around. Revolution is not a silly idea as it was for a few decades. Clearly current civilisation is unsustainable and heading for a cropper. What will come of it? What can we do?
There’s Something Happening Here… « emergent by design:
We can bet on the collapse of what is, or on the self-organizing collective consciousness and intelligence of the multitudes maturing into the wiser social system of the future, replacing the status quo. Our strategy and action may not be that different regardless what we are betting on, or it may.
In either case, we can increase the likelihood of becoming more relevant to what is happening here, if we manage to ground our assessment of what is in coupling our passion f0r the Big Shift with a collaborative, systemic analysis of what needs to happen next.