Expert analysis and commentary to help you to make sense of what’s emerging.
Mapping for Emergence
Theo Cox, Rufus Pollock and Anna Katharina Schaffner
Life Itself and Emerge will join forces to map the emergent metamodern ecosystem. But what is so great about social network mapping? Why does it matter, and how can it help?
Rise of the Emergentsia: The Revolution Will Not Be Boring
Increasing numbers of people are suffering because their society has let them down. Indy Johar's solution calls for a “Boring Revolution" — but is it really as boring as it seems?
Rise Of The Emergentsia: A Great Mindshift in the Making
Technology itself is not the game changer everyone thinks it is, people are. Dr. Maja Göpel anchors her perspective on global change to sociocultural factors.
Rise of the Emergentsia: Sensing the ‘Source Code'
How to navigate polarisation and culture wars? Understanding the ‘source code' - combining knowledge with the lived, embodied experience of others - is vital for constructive conversation.
Rise of the Emergentsia: Feeling ‘Gobschmacht’ Yet?
All empires collapse but today we are living the first global civilisation and witnessing its collapse in real-time. Daniel Schmachtenberger helps us to understand this ‘phase shift'.
What is Emerging?
As we find ourselves in an historical moment that seems to demand action, the ‘Emerge' network represents a determination to respond to the crises of our time with clear perception and deep understanding.
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