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Vision of the Future



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Philosophy
 
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Anaximander, Heraclitus, Parmenides, Plotinus, Laotzu, Nagarjuna
by Karl Jaspers (Author)
 
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The Art and Thought of Heraclitus: An Edition of the Fragments with Translation and Commentary
by Heraclitus (Author), Charles H. Kahn (Editor)
 
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Remembering Heraclitus
by Richard G. Geldard
 
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Fragments: The Collected Wisdom of Heraclitus
by Heraclitus (Translator), et al
 
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Rereading the Sophists: Classical Rhetoric Refigured
by Susan C. Jarratt
 
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The Sophistic Movement
by G. B. Kerferd (Author)
 
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The Great Sophists in Periclean Athens
by Jacqueline De Romilly, et al
 
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Parallel Thinking: From Socratic to De Bono Thinking
by Edward de Bono
 
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The Structure of Scientific Revolutions
by Thomas S. Kuhn
 
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Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man
by Herbert Marshall McLuhan (Author), Lewis H. Lapham
 
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The Gutenberg Galaxy: The Making of Typographic Man
by Herbert Marshall McLuhan (Author)
 


Science, Maths and English
 
cover
English as a Global Language
by David Crystal (Author)
 
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Language Death
by David Crystal (Author)
 
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The Nothing That Is: A Natural History of Zero
by Robert Kaplan, Ellen Kaplan (Illustrator)
 
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Zero: The Biography of a Dangerous Idea
by Charles Seife, Matt Zimet (Illustrator)
 
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Alpha Beta: How 26 Letters Shaped the Western World
by John Man
 
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Alpha and Omega: The Search for the Beginning and End of the Universe
by Charles Seife
 
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A Short History of Nearly Everything
by Bill Bryson (Author)
 


Vision of the Future   * * * * *

DonParagon's Vision of the Future describes a future world with more and more optionality. DonParagon sees the government disappear, as an archaic institution that is out of place in a world where it becomes increasingly easy to cross territorial borders.

Everyone free, everything free!   * * * * *

Also interesting is the view of Libertaria.net that people's freedom goes hand in hand with products and services that are supplied for free. Libertaria.net argues that products and services will become ever cheaper. Scarcity will fade away into irrelevance, as an abundance of freely-supplied products and services will become available.


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