Journal of Futures Studies

Vol. 16 No. 1 Sept. 2011

  • Articles
    • Future Evolution of the Human Brain
      Arthur Saniotis & Maciej Henneberg (pp. 1 – 18)
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    • Creativity, Wisdom, and Our Evolutionary Future
      Thomas Lombardo (pp. 19 – 46)
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    • The Signification Process of the Future Sign
      Osmo Kuusi & Elina Hiltunen (pp. 47 – 66)
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    • Steps Toward an Explicit Ontology of the Future
      Roberto Poli (pp. 67 – 78)
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    • The Rise and Fall of Growth: The Inappropriateness of Continuous Unchecked Growth
      Robert Burke (pp. 79 – 100)
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  • Essays
    • Education: Time to rethink the Industrial model?
      Graham H. May (pp. 101 – 108)
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  • Symposium
    • An Invigorating Dialogue on Consciousness
      Michael Towsey (pp.109 – 136)
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    • Microvita and Other Spaces: Deepening Research through Intuitional Practice
      Marcus Bussey (pp. 137 – 150)
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    • Consciousness and the Physical World: Ontological Reflections on Michael Towsey’s “The Emergence of Subtle Organism”
      Thomas Lombardo (pp. 151 – 160)
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    • Toward Higher Consciousness Theory and Research
      William Halal (pp. 161 – 164)
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    • Situating “Microvita” within the Panoply of Disciplinary Jargon
      Timothy Dolan (pp. 165 – 168)
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    • The Emergence of Subtle Organicism A Reply to Comments from M. Bussey, T. Dolan, W. Halal and T. Lombardo
      Michael Towsey (pp. 169 – 176)
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  • Reports
    • An Invigorating Dialogue on Consciousness
      Vuokko Jarva (pp. 177 – 188)
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    • Crowdsourcing the Future: The Foresight Process at Finpro
      Elina Hiltunen (pp. 189 – 196)
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