The Great Questions of Tomorrow:The Ideas that Will Remake the World David Rothkopf
Colour, or the Question of to-Morrow:Drama, in Five Acts (Classic Reprint) Mayo W. Hazeltine
Tomorrow Is The Question (Back To Black Ltd.Ed.) Ornette Coleman auf Vinyl online
A unique tour around the world in search of the great thinkers of our time and their next big ideas. With the world at the threshold of profound changes, the questions become: Where are the philosophers? Where are the great thinkers of today? Where is the next Jefferson, Curie, or Mandela? Which technologies and changes in the nature of life will they harness, embrace, or be inspired by? As the world´s center of gravity has shifted over the centuries from Europe and then to the US, so, too, has the center of intellectual gravity. With that center shifting to Asia and also to the emerging world, will those places produce the transformational thinkers of the 21st century? Embarking on an around-the-world search, David Rothkopf strives to answer these questions, uncovering what the next big ideas are and where they´re emerging. Who are the people behind the ideas, and how they will be colored by their places and cultures of origin? Many of these ideas will be sought from unexpected markets - the way mobile money is being pioneered in Tanzania and Kenya, for example, or the way that access to the Internet is being explored or treated as a basic human right in Costa Rica, Estonia, and Finland. Along the way, Rothkopf highlights key areas in which transformational thinking will be needed - core notions such as democracy and government, war and peace, money and markets, human rights and philosophy, and work and identity. Through fascinating and thought-provoking stories, Rothkopf ultimately reveals ideas that are being debated now - ones that will produce incredible breakthroughs in the years ahead. 1. Language: English. Narrator: David Rothkopf. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/sans/007878/bk_sans_007878_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The Greek Question; Greece, and Tomorrow; Hellenism in Asia Minor; Persecutions of the Greeks in Turkey Since the Beginning of the European War; The Greek White Book, Diplomatic Documents, 1913-1917 (Classic Reprint): Auguste Gauvain