What Do We Really Want? — From “The Death of ‘Nature’”

Stephen C. Rose
Apr 26, 2015 · 4 min read

What do we really want?

If we live in the path of certain destruction we need either to build in such a way that the effect of upheaval or inundation will be minimal or we choose areas of the planet to live on that are predictably safe.

You say easier said than done.

  • We could halve our investment in armaments and military pursuits and dedicate the savings to the creation of global basic income.
  • We could invest in children which is inherently profitable.
  • We could adapt a way of thinking that keeps on thinking to reach conclusions that do not end up in conflicts.
  • We could ensure that democracy is advanced as the best means of governing in a world where fallibility is pervasive.

Under the influence of Charles Sanders Peirce, I have launched an idea called Triadic Philosophy. It is summarized in the Kindle book Triadic Philosophy 100 Aphorisms . A free sample can be accessed by clicking Look Inside.

Triadic Philosophy grew into several more books outlining specific methods of triadic meditation and thinking. “The Death of ‘Nature’ “ is among several follow-up texts that examine expressions of, and propose actions related to, triadic thought.

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