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Why the Future Belongs to the Pessimists

They will help us to see beyond an infinitely complex system

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The early 1800s was the greatest period for critics of optimism. In Europe, Napoleon had been defeated, and the great monarchistic powers of Prussia, Russia, and Austria had formed the Holy Alliance, crushing the liberalist movements established in the previous century. While the older…




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