251. The Way We Think

September 7, 2009 § Leave a comment

How do we get humanity from being expansive and exploitative and successful to some form of creativity, development without growth, still successful but more stress on gardening the environment and relationships and art,  and contained by something like what farmers called “husbandry” (which comes from “house boundary” in the 1200’s?) (now to manage, esp. with prudent economy, to use frugally; conserve: to husband one’s resources.)

To this end we have just launched a new initiative,

http://mahb.stanford.edu

We talk a lot about thinking but not so  much what to think about. The content helps arouse thinking and its seriousness, because there is something worth thinking about.

via The Way We Think Item 1 “The Way We Think: America’s Unfinished Revolution”.

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