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Our choice - Normal or an inclusive future?


How can we use technology to foster social solidarity and interdependence? How do we encourage the balancing of economies to benefit the most people possible? How would the world look different if it was built on these precepts?

A moral economy respects interdependence and relationships rather than leaving everyone to fend for his or herself with no regard for how others are faring.

As sci-fi writer William Gibson famously said, “The future is already here; it’s just not evenly distributed.” Building a moral economy may be the first step towards righting that imbalance.

What do you think?

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Lynn Wood @ 2020.06.23 8:40 PM

Interesting concept Jenny Morawska. Coincidentally IdeaSpies uses the same quote on our "How to Post" page.

The article you mention quoting Gary A. Bolles and Paul Saffo reminds me of another on our Innovation Blog by Dr. Thun Thamrongnawasawat

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By Jenny Morawska

23 June 2020

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