Future rhymes

Jan 16, 2017

Mark Twain said “History never repeats itself, but it often rhymes,” Alan Stoga asks, in the new online magazine UNO, what are the “Future Rhymes”.

Mankind is confronted by profound changes: in our planet, in how societies organize and function, in increasingly worn-out institutions, in the possibilities of science and technology. Even though some of those changes could be positively transformative, the dizzying—and seemingly accelerating—pace of change is overwhelming our collective capacity to cope….

Continue to read Alan Stoga’s contribution “Future Rhymes” in the online magazine UNO (a magazine of Developing Ideas by LLORENTE & CUENCA)

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