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2013-11-29 @ 09:32:05
Thank you for reading!
2013-11-29 @ 09:31:46
Thanks EdGibney! Great reading tips!
And yeah: let’s spread the word!
2013-11-29 @ 09:29:57
Hi Buddychad, thanks for your respons!
Maybe you are right, but I cannot escape the perception of imbalance in the world.
This imbalance creates the turmoil I mentioned. From a wider perspective, there is no imbalance, of course. However, I refer to the world seen from a human perspective and I think it is hard to maintain that education, health care, economy, environment, politics, etcetera, are not all going through fundamental shifts. This is what I mean with turmoil. On the other hand, I want to say I don’t see it as a ‘bad’ thing, since crisis is a condition for evolutionary change.
And of course: no one has to agree with me on anything! Carve your own path!
2013-10-30 @ 04:14:48
The one that jumps up at you! There’s no particular order.
I even think that carving out your own path through this area is essential for the creativity of the system (in this case the emerging noosphere) as a whole. The power of subjectivity!
Be sure to check out that roadmap on the bottom of the article, it gives you many ideas for reading beyond this limited list.
2013-10-29 @ 11:07:08
You guys must stop naming all these books to read. I have enough to do as it is, allright!?
Thanks for the tip, though, JonH :)
2013-10-29 @ 11:05:41
You’re welcome! And thank you for that Tedtalk.
2013-10-29 @ 11:04:42
Thanks, Martijn. Well, to be honest, I didn’t read Ecoliterate yet… So that is three books for on my list!