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Towards the third modernity: how ordinary people are transforming the world

Author: De Vulpian, Alain ; De Geus, Arie ; Carey, Matthew, translationPublisher: Triarchy Press, 2008.Edition: Translated ed.Language: EnglishDescription: 267 p. : Graphs ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9780955008191Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes glossary
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Book Europe Campus
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Print HM101 .D48 2008
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Includes glossary


Towards The Third Modernity How Ordinary People are Transforming the World Contents Preface By Arie de Geus v Foreword By Rosie Beckham xi Chapter 1 Understanding the evolving modernity 1 Chapter 2 The 20th Century's First Modernity 12 40 Chapter 3 A crucial decade: the threshold between the First and Second Modernities (1965-1975) Chapter 4 People in touch with their vitality 65 Chapter 5 Smart people looking for meaning 85 Chapter 6 An organic social fabric emerges 108 Chapter 7 Dreams of peace and the threat of violence 142 Chapter 8 Business faces up to mutations in society 175 Chapter 9 Hopes for smarter societal governance 198 Chapter 10 Planetary governance tries to find its way 221 Conclusion The challenge of our times: building wiser governance 237 Afterword Entering the Third Modernity 241 Glossary Acknowledgements About Triarchy Press 255 265 267

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