A Macrohistorical View Of Better Futures

This podcast recorded last year explores the concept of futures from a macrohistorical perspective. It draws our attention to the ways in which old, centralised, mechanistic and individualistic 20th Century systems have passed their use by dates, resulting in a multitude of existential challenges. The task is to understand our past and current habits and patterns of understanding and to create radically new narratives about ourselves and our futures.

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