Monthly Archives: June 2017

On What Infuences My Thinking

Decision Making In Uncertainty ¬†Two Paradigms: Mechanist and Socionomic The Mechanist Paradigm: Action is followed by reaction. Most financial analysts, economists, historians, sociologists and futurists believe that society works the same way. They typically say, Because so-and-so has happened, it … Continue reading

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Antifragility: Nature’s Cure For Dystopia

I try not to finagle God. Some days go better than others, especially during elections years. I ask that God’s will be done, and I mostly sort of mean it. —Anne Lamott To survive, natural systems have to periodically get … Continue reading

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