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future: that potentiality which makes us aware of the creative possibilities of the present

s: a knot; the link between individual and society

evocative: calling forth; perhaps the siren’s song or the hope we dare not speak

 

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Why study the Future?

We study the future because assumptions about the future have effects in the present. Or to put it another way: our assumptions about the future inform our decisions and actions today. Just as the past no longer exists but has effects in the present so the future, which is in no way tangible, works in the present through our own beliefs, values and expectations. Futures work is an attempt to become contextually aware of the world around us and of our relationship with the 'reality' out there.

See my Six Futures Premises

See: Concepts and Effects

See my Spiritual Pragmatics

 

 


Marcus with many of his friends from around the world has a chapter in a exciting book being released at Rio +20 (http://www.uncsd2012.org/).

For more on this important book please visit:

Learning for Sustainability in Times of Accelerating Change

 

 



 

New Book!

My first book of poetry available from Amazon and also via iTunes and Kindle

For information: Clare and Francis flyer

 

 

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