We've created a complex society, in which, it seems, no individual can fully understand what is going on around him. How do we put our heads together more effectively to understand the world we live in and solve problems like global warming?
The current digital economy structure creates social inequality, we promote and work on policy to create an inclusive and fair digital information age.
How to demonstrate the value of intangible and subjective approaches. Can all that matters be measured? How to turn our priorities into policy, given the difficulty of measurement.
How do we build vibrant, sustainable communities? What is the source of the renewed interest in co-living and co-working and how do these relate to major trends around digital nomadism and virtual working driven by digital technology and affordable travel. And, finally, what can we learn from the history of cooperative, communitarian and other "co-x" movements?</>
We are interested in non-dogmatic exploration of the ancient claim that mindfulness practice only reaches its fullest potential for human benefit when paired with complementary understandings of psychology, reality, and livelihood. This approach to living challenges western notions about the place of rationality in life, and the pursuit of purpose. (see primer on non-attachment to views)
The enormous concern that the Art World places on novelty and theory would have been foreign to any previous era of human history. Is this a wise cultural innovation that we’ve made? What can we learn from expression of creativity in other societies?