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  • Game On: The Basis of Hope in a Time of Despair

    Paul Raskin

    March 2013

    Game On: The Basis of Hope in a Time of Despair

    In a world at risk, those attuned to the dangers can feel a powerful temptation to sound apocalyptic alarms to awaken the somnolent. Arousing fear, though, without offering a compelling vision of a better path, awakens only dispiriting anguish and despair. This pessimism is not so much wrong as disempowering.


  • The Architecture of Enterprise: Redesigning Ownership for a Great Transition

    Marjorie Kelly

    December 2012

    The Architecture of Enterprise: Redesigning Ownership for a Great Transition

    A growing array of alternative ownership designs point to a fundamentally different kind of economy, where basic social architectures—the architectures of ownership—are designed to be life-supporting. This kind of economy may be more likely to create fair and just outcomes, to benefit the many rather than the few, and to enable an enduring human presence on a flourishing earth.


Forthcoming


  • The Decline and Fall of Consumer Society?

    Maurie Cohen


  • Global Citizenship: Plausible Fears and Necessary Dreams

    Robert Paehlke


  • Book Review: A Country of Cities

    Halina Brown


  • Sharing and the Great Transition

    Juliet Schor